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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Plain & Simple by Marianne Moon, Jerry Joyce

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Inserting Frequently Used Content

If you type the same word or phrase repeatedly, you can save yourself a lot of time (especially if you use long technical terms or difficult names) by saving that word or phrase as a Quick Parts entry. You assign the Quick Part a short name—a nickname of sorts, with at least four letters—and when you type the nickname, you can insert the Quick Part into your document. And the Quick Parts feature isn’t limited to text; the information can be anything you can put into a document: pictures, tables, whole new pages, even fields. Word comes already equipped with numerous Quick Parts entries for some of the most common types of information.

Store the Information

  1. In your document, select all the information you want to ...

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