If thereâ€™s any technique that will make my job easier and faster, Iâ€™ll try it. For example, there are certain words or phrases that I need to use often. Microsoft Wordâ€™s AutoText offers a way to store and quickly insert text, graphics, and even fields, tables, bookmarks, or other items that you use frequently. There are also a number of built-in AutoText entries divided into different categories.
- Select the text or graphic you want to store as an AutoText entry.
- Go to Insert to AutoText, and then click New.
- You can also show the AutoText toolbar and use it to create an AutoText entry. In the Create AutoText dialog box, enter a name for the AutoText entry. Microsoft Word stores the AutoText entry for later use.
- Click OK.
If you want to limit AutoText entries to particular documents, select a different template in the Look In box when you create the AutoText entry.
Submitted by:Barbara Bray
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