Working on multiple word files from a single file????


I usually get batches of small Word documents (50 - 100
files) for translation. Some of the files only contain 1
word or a few sentences.

Someone had helped me with a Macro before that imports
all the files into one Word file. I do the translation in
this file which is a lot faster and easier for me. The
problem is that I have to copy & paste the text back into
their original files once I am done. And this still takes
ages.

Does anyone know of any Macro or anything else that would
allow me to work on all these files in 1 document but be
able to update all the original files?

Rich


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