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How to save current or each page as separate Word document?

If there are multiple pages in your Word document, now, you just need to save only one current page as a new Word file. Normally, you can copy and paste the current page data to a new Word file and then save it. But, in this article I will talk about how to save current or each page as separate documents from a Word file.

Save current page as new Word document with VBA code

Save each page as separate Word documents with Kutools for Word


Save each page of a Word document into separate files :

With Kutools for Word's Split feature, you can quickly save a large Word document into multiple separate files based on Heading1, page break, section break and page.

doc split word every n pages 9

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Save current page as new Word document with VBA code

The following VBA code can help you to save a current page content into a new Word file, please do as this:

1. Hold down the ALT + F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.

2. Click Insert > Module, and paste the following code in the Module Window.

VBA code: Save current page as new Word document:

Sub SaveCurrentPageAsANewDoc()
    Dim xDoc As Document
    Dim xNewDoc As Document
    Dim xFileName As String
    Dim xFolderPath As Variant
    Dim xDlg As FileDialog
    Set xDoc = ActiveDocument
    xFileName = InputBox("Enter file name here: ", "KuTools for Word")
    If xFileName = "" Then Exit Sub
    Set xDlg = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    If xDlg.Show = -1 Then
        xFolderPath = xDlg.SelectedItems(1)
        xDoc.Bookmarks("\Page").Range.Select
        Selection.Copy
        Set xNewDoc = Documents.Add
        Selection.Paste
        xNewDoc.SaveAs xFolderPath & "\" & xFileName & ".docx"
        xNewDoc.Close
    End If
End Sub

3. And then, press F5 key to run this code, in the popped out dialog box, please enter a name for the new file, see screenshot:

doc save current page 1

4. Then, click OK button, and in the second popped out window, please choose a folder to output the new file, see screenshot:

doc save current page 2

5. Click OK button, the current page content has been saved as a new Word file, you can go to the folder to view the result.


Save each page as separate Word documents with Kutools for Word

If you want to save each page of the whole document as separate files, the Kutools for Word’s Split function can do you a favor.

Kutools for Word : with more than 100 handy Word add-ins, free to try with no limitation in 60 days. 

After installing Kutools for Word, please do with following steps:

1. Click Enterprise > Split, see screenshot:

doc save current page 3

2. In the Split Document dialog box:

(1.) Click doc save current page 5 button to choose a folder to output the new files;

(2.) And then, select Page from the Split by drop down list.

doc save current page 4

3. After finishing the settings, click OK button to start splitting, and then, all the pages in the Word document have been saved as separate files in the specific folder as following screenshot shown:

doc save current page 6

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