If you continually have to enter the same block of text on a regular basis into a Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Word 2010, Microsoft Word 2013 or Microsoft Word 2016 document, you can save the required text as a QuickPart which can then be accessed whenever needed.
First type in the required text:
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Select the text. On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Quick Parts.
From the dropdown, select Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery; alternatively, press keys Alt + F3.
The Create New Building Block dialog box appears.
From the Gallery dropdown arrow, select AutoText.
If required, type in another name for the AutoText. Click OK.
To input this text next time it is needed, type in the name given to the AutoText and press the F3 function key. The block is automatically inserted in the document. Alternatively, click Insert, then in the Text group, click the Quick Parts dropdown and your entry should be visible. Click on it to insert it into your document.
When you close Word the first time after you have created your AutoText entry, you will receive a message to say that you have made changes to your Building Blocks. Click Yes to keep your AutoText entry.
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