In this video, learn how to merge multiple documents. Author Jen McBee will demonstrate how to use the Combine command and the Compare command to merge multiple documents.
- [Instructor] There are times when you will work…with other users who are reviewing…the same document as you are.…They'll make their suggested revisions…and return the document to you all marked up.…Once you have the documents back on your computer,…you can use the Compare or Combine commands…to create your final document.…Now we'll use the Compare command…when we want to view the differences…between the two versions of a document.…We use Combine to merge revisions made…in multiple copies of a document…and to identify who made the revisions.…
Once you have compared the documents…or combined the documents, you can create…your final document based on everyone's revisions.…We're working with the 02 02 Original Merge Document…and we'll be working with the document…that Lucy marked up.…We'll compare it with our original merged documents.…And then we will take the document…that Jennifer marked up and combine it…with our original merged documents.…Then you can see both of those commands in action.…
So I'm going to go ahead and open up…
LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com) is a PMI Registered Education Provider. This course qualifies for contact hours and professional development units (PDUs). To view the activity and PDU details for this course, click here.
The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. To begin, Jennifer provides an overview of the certification program. She then walks through all of the certification objectives, including how to get hands-on experience with downloadable sample documents. She concludes the course with a full-length practice test that emulates exam 77-426, and shares solutions to each of the exam challenges.
- Managing and sharing documents
- Modifying existing templates
- Resolving multi-document style conflicts
- Designing advanced documents
- Working with outlines
- Creating advanced references
- Creating and formatting a table of contents
- Creating custom Word elements
- Configuring language options in documents
Skill Level Advanced
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Expert Exam Overview
2. Manage and Share Documents
3. Design Advanced Documents
4. Create Advanced References
5. Custom Word Elements
6. Final Challenge
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