How to Insert a File Into a Word Document By wikihow

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    Open a Microsoft Word document. To do so, double-click the blue app that contains or is shaped like a W. Then click File at the top of the screen and Open….
    • To create a new document, click New in the file menu.
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    Click the place in the document where you want to insert the file.
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    Click the Insert tab. It's at the top of the window.
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    Click the 
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     next to Object.
     It's in the Text group on the right side of the tool bar at the top of the window.
    • On Mac, click Text to expand the group.
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    Choose the type of file to insert.
    • Click Object… to insert a PDF, image, or another type of non-text file into your Word document. Then click From File… on the left side of the dialog box that opens.
      • If you prefer to insert a link to and/or icon of the file, rather than the entire document, click Options on the left side of the dialog box and check Link to File and/or Display as Icon.
    • Click Text from File… to insert the text of another Word or text document into the current Word document.
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    Select the file to insert.
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    Click OK. The file contents, a linked icon, or the text of the file will be inserted into your Word document.