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Inserting files

Mike McBride

KWord has the ability to insert a previously saved KWord file into the current document. This is especially useful for large documents that have multiple authors.

To insert a KWord file into the current document, place the cursor at the desired insertion point of the document.

Selecting Insert -> File... from the menubar. You will be given a file selection dialog to select the KWord file you want to insert.

When you have located the KWord file, click OK , and the new KWord file will be inserted into the current document at the current cursor position.

KWord will integrate the newly inserted document into the structure of the current document.




 
 
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