Sometimes we may need to merge multiple documents into one when you are using the Microsoft Word applications.
In Word, you probably can merge multiple documents into one document with the following tricky ways: Merge multiple documents into one document with Insert Text from File function(Without keeping the format)Merge multiple documents in to one document with VBA(Complicated, for advanced users)Merge multiple documents into one document and keep format with Kutools for Word(Easy, simple)You can merge multiple documents into one document by using the Text from File function in Word, but by doing this, you will lost the format of documents after merged.
Only Subroutines (procedures that use the keyword Sub) can do that.
Before you run the code, please take the note below:1.
Put all documents you want to merge into a same folder and order and rename them, such as part 1, part 2, if you do not order them, the contents in merging file will be in chaotic order or lost.2.
Note though that if this spreadsheet in any way gets large it going to be very slow!
UDFs (procedures that use the keyword Function) only return values.