Many a time there is a need to work on a document, while not wanting to disturb the original content.
For instance, one may want to try writing some sentences differently just to see whether they make better sense, else revert to the original.
Or, there may be a need to try to arrange some photos in the document in a different sequence from the original, compare the results, and keep the version that looks better. Of course, there may be countless other reasons for wanting to duplicate a document.
There are two ways to duplicate a Word document.
One of them is to treat the Word document as any other file and make a copy of it using Windows’ File Explorer. The other way is to use Word itself to make a copy.
2 Methods to Duplicate a Word Document
- Using File Explorer to make a copy of the Word document
- Using Word to make a copy of the Word document