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>>Has anyone had any experience with MS Office Binder, a tool in MS Office
>>collecting groups of files (Excel, Access, Word, etc)? We are
>>interested in finding out what limits there are on the number of files
>>can be included in one Binder file.
>>We have a project that requires the collection of as many as 1,000 files
>>one publication. We have many separate authors, the common word processor
>>among them being MS Word. We have to collect all of these files, paginate
>>them sequentially, and generate a table of contents and an index.
Yes, I use it. I like it. I would not try to "Binder" 1000 or more files,
though. I suspect that you would end up with a Binder that would be far too
large to open. You are limited by system resources.