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Combine or merge multiple documents into one window in Word

Microsoft Word keeps each document opening in its own separate window. The more Word documents you open, the more Word windows will be displaying on your taskbar. But Kutools for Word’s Combine Windows utility can combine all open Word windows into a single Word document window, and you can easily work with multiple documents open in just a window.

Combine or merge multiple documents into one window in Word

Switch between multiple documents after combining them into one window

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arrow blue right bubble Click Enterprise > More > Combine Windows. See screenshot:


arrow blue right bubble Combine or merge multiple documents into one window in Word

If you are opening multiple documents as shown in the below screenshot, and you want to display only one Word window in the taskbar, you can easily get it done as follows:

1. Click Enterprise > More > Combine Windows.

2. Now, the multiple Word documents are combined into one window and you will have only one Word window in the taskbar. See screenshot:

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Tip: If you want to display all open document windows in the taskbar, please click Enterprise > More > Combine Windows again.


arrow blue right bubble Switch between multiple documents after combining them into one window

After combining multiple documents into one window, how can you switch between document windows? You can switch among the documents by clicking Enterprise > Switch Windows. Click on the certain document from the list under Switch Windows, it will switch you to this document immediately. See screenshot:

You can see there is a button locating before a document name. It means that the Word application is displaying this document now. If you want to switch to another document, please click on the document from the list under Switch Windows. Then the document window will be displaying in front of you.


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