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A master document is a "container" for a set of separate files (or subdocuments). You can use a master document to set up and manage a multipart document, such as a book with several chapters. For example, you can view, reorganize, format, proof, print, and create a table of contents for multiple documents as a whole.You can work on the master document by yourself or set up the master document on a network location so your co-workers can work on their own subdocuments simultaneously.
Basically you can split a big word processing file up into a number of smaller files and link them up using the Master document principle. For more information, visit Word's Help function.Top
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