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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Working with Master Document and Subdocument Files

After you've created your master document and subdocuments, the next step is to begin working with them. In the following sections, we'll show you the fundamentals of opening, saving, and editing master documents and subdocuments. Then, later in the chapter, you'll learn essential techniques for reorganizing them.

Saving a Master Document

You can save a master document the same way you save any other Word file: by clicking the Save button, pressing Ctrl+S, or choosing File, Save.

When you save a master document that contains new subdocuments, Word creates new files for each subdocument and stores them in the same folder as the master document. Word automatically names your subdocuments, using ...

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