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Old 05-27-2010, 07:20 AM
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Default Auto-updating smaller documents in a larger word file

I have been working on creating one large document based on 70 smaller documents that will be constantly updating.



The large document has a table of contents, introduction section, and appendices, and I would also like it to include all of the information from the 70 seperate files(which are edited by multiple users).

My problem is that I don't want to have to constantly cut and paste the information from the smaller documents into the larger ones.

Instead, I would like to somehow insert each of the smaller documents into the bigger file and have a way for them to auto-update if changes are made (so they are always reflective of the most recent version of the smaller documents).

Is there any way at all this would be possible? The smaller documents are created and edited in Word 2003, and while I also use 2003 at work, I have 2007 available at home if this was later implemented.

Thanks in advance for any help!
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