Creating and using building blocks


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Creating and using building blocks

If you work on long documents on a regular basis and you find yourself repeating certain tasks, maybe you create a cover page at the beginning of every long document and you find yourself repeating certain tasks to create that cover page, maybe it's a bibliography at the end, you might want to consider using a Quick Part known as a building block. In this chapter, we are going to explore building blocks, beginning with how to use some of the existing building blocks built into Word 2007 and how to create your own. A building block is simply a piece or a part of the document that you might want to use over and over. We will use the example of cover page and bibliography in this lesson.

So let's start with this document called HumbugBlocks1. If you have got the Exercise Files, its in the Chapter 6 folder, if you want to follow along. Now, this is an okay cover page, where I have got my title and my subtitle. There is the author name and some additional information. If I want a mo...

Creating and using building blocks
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Creating and using building blocks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents

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