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 How to Combine Two Word Documents Into One to Be Sent As One File?

Answer Microsoft Word has the ability to combine multiple Word files into one, longer document to facilitate easy attachment of a single file to an email. Letters can be combined with presentations or ins... Read More »
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Why do all my Microsoft word documents have .doc at the end of the file name?

That's the file extensions. You changed your folder settings to include file extensions. Go to Start>Control Panel>Folder Options>View>and check the Hide Extensions for Known File Types box. You wo... Read More »
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What is the default file extension for all Word documents?

Word documents before Word 2007 defaulted to .doc file extensions. Word 2007 uses the file extension of .docx since Word 2007 documents are based on Extensible Markup Language (XML), which is an op... Read More »
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What is the default file format for Word 2007 documents?

Microsoft Word 2007 saves documents as DOCX files by default. DOCX is an XML-based format that compresses a document while keeping its components separate from one another. To view the contents of ... Read More »
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What is the file extension for Microsoft Word 2007 documents?

The file extension that made its debut in Microsoft Word 2007 is ".docx." However, you can still open, edit and save your Microsoft Word documents in the old format, ".doc," as well as other format... Read More »
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