Splitting and re-joining large MS Word files
Thread poster: Claudio Porcellana

Claudio Porcellana  Identity Verified
Aug 30, 2009

Hi all

I want simply to share my very good experience with MS Word Split, a cheap software that I used to split a 30 MB word file in about thirty of 1 MB ones

Another software, MS Word Join, will combine all these files in one only at the end of translation process

Both are every easy to use and stable (to my little knowledge)

Furthermore, the software house makes a number of cosy MS Office (and not only) applications
see here


N.B. clearly, if someone finds this info useful or wants to add some experience, a reply would be appreciated


[Edited at 2009-08-31 09:35 GMT]

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Thank you for sharing Sep 1, 2009


They seem to have a large number products for multiple purposes. I shall take a check at them. Thank you for sharing. Brandis

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Claudio Porcellana  Identity Verified
large number products Sep 1, 2009

sure Brandis!

this is why I've bookmarked and afterwards shared this site

every now and then it happens to have some particular task in Office that is boring and time-consuming, and these tools seem to be just the job


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