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Go to File > Open. Find the PDF, and open it (you might have to select Browse and find the PDF in a folder). Word tells you that it's going to make a copy of the PDF and convert its contents into a format that Word can display. The original PDF won't be changed at all. Select OK.
Open the first document. Place the cursor where you want the second document to be inserted. From the Insert tab, Text group, click on the down arrow next to Object and choose Text from file. Select the file to be inserted. Click on Insert.
Open the Word document you want to insert a PDF into. Click Insert > Object > From File Choose the PDF file from the pop-up window and press Insert. Ta-da! Your PDF should now be on the page.
Press Alt + F11 keys to enable Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. Click Insert > Module, copy and paste below code to the Module window. Press F5 key, in Browse dialog, select a folder to place the PDF files. Click OK, then enter the page numbers you want to split start and end. Click OK.
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