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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Inserting Saved Text

To save time and ensure consistency in your documents, you can save any text you use frequently as a building block. You do this by selecting the text, clicking Quick Parts in the Text group on the Insert tab, clicking Save Selection To Quick Part Gallery, and assigning the text a name. It then appears under its assigned name in the Quick Parts gallery.

See Also

For information about the many different kinds of pre-defined building blocks that you can use to enhance your documents, see "Inserting Ready-Made Document Parts" in Chapter 8.

After you have saved the text, you can insert it at any time by clicking Quick Parts to display its gallery and then clicking the building block you want.

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You can also type the name of the ...

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