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-> As I understand it, you can't tell Word to print, index, or make a ta
-> contents for a series of files without manually determining the last
-> number, n, of each file, then hardwiring n+1 as the starting page num
-> the next one. Similarly, if each represents a chapter, you must assig
-> chapter numbers manually.
Sure you can. Here are two ways:
1. Use the 'master document' feature -- see the manual or online help
for step by step procedures. No need to manually number pages at all.
2. If the master document feature doesn't feel right, create a master
doc and use the 'insert field' command to embed the file name of each
subdocument. In this case you must update fields manually.
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