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This chapter is from the book

Inserting Quick Parts

Word’s Quick Parts offers you dozens of pre-made content elements, called building blocks, you can insert into your documents. Building blocks include headers that appear at the top of each page, salutations to end letters, and page numbers. Word’s Building Blocks Organizer holds a vast array of reusable Quick Parts elements you can choose from, and you can add your own to the mix. You can turn any text into a building block that appears in the Quick Part Gallery to reuse over and over again.

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circle_1.jpg Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon.

circle_2.jpg Click Quick Parts.

circle_3.jpg To view all the building blocks available, click Building Blocks Organizer to open a full list of reusable elements.

circle_4.jpg Click a building block element to see a preview.

circle_5.jpg Click Insert to add it to your document.

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circle_6.jpg To turn text into a building block, first select the text in the document.

circle_7.jpg Click Quick Parts.

circle_8.jpg Click Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery.

circle_9.jpg Fill out any details you want to save along with the text element and click OK.

circle_10.jpg Word displays the text in the gallery the next time you click Quick Parts.

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