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Batch Visual Basic Script to insert a Page at Top of Word Files

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Old March 25th 19, 07:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Default Batch Visual Basic Script to insert a Page at Top of Word Files

I have 27,000 Word files in a folder. The task is to open each file, insert a page (from a one-page file in the folder) at the top of ach Word document so it becomes the first page, then close the file. The new page at the top would be a new section so as not to impact the following headers and footers in the other sections that follow.

For discussion purposes the one-page file is named "Insert".

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