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I have two doc files, one in italian and the other one in english, and I'd like to merge those file in a single file dividing the page in two columns keeping, more or less, a connection between rows: row 1 of the italian file should be aligned with row 1 of the english file.

Any hints to achieve this in a simple way?


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a start would be modifying the margins on both and defining a two column layout. there might be a way to programmatically then cut pages specifics so it's a comment not an answer – RobotHumans Dec 16 '10 at 15:51
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Inswert a 2 X 1 table, cut and paste the Italian text on one side and then the English text on the other. That is probably the simplest way.....

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