This video explains how to Merge Two Documents in Microsoft Word
One of the features of Microsoft Word is the ability to combine two or more documents into one. This can be useful for merging different versions of a document, or for creating a new document from existing ones. Here are the steps to combine two documents in Microsoft Word:

1. Open the first document that you want to combine.
2. Click on the Insert tab and select Object in the Text group.
3. In the Object dialog box, click on the Create from File tab and browse for the second document that you want to combine.
4. Check the Link to file option if you want to keep the second document updated in the combined document, or uncheck it if you want to embed a copy of the second document.
5. Click OK to insert the second document at the end of the first document.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 for any additional documents that you want to combine.
7. Save the combined document as a new file or overwrite an existing one.

You have successfully combined two documents in Microsoft Word. This video explains how to Merge Two Documents in Microsoft Word. This is a Microsoft Word tutorial.
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