In this video, learn how to create a Quick Text building block by selecting existing text and adding it to the Quick Parts Gallery, where you can access it any time you need it in future documents.
- [Instructor] The documents you create…here in Microsoft Word can be made up of many parts.…Perhaps you'll use a cover page, a bibliography,…maybe a table of contents, headers, footers, and so on.…These are also known as quick parts,…because Word offers you the opportunity…to access built-in quick parts such as…cover pages, bibliographies, and so on.…For example, if you're working on a document…like our Press_release029 here,…and you go up to the Insert tab, and you need a cover page,…you click the dropdown and you'll see…some built-in cover pages that will give you…a nice head start.…
These are known as quick parts, and they're part of…the building block system.…Now, another type of building block…is something known as quick text,…and that's what we're going to explore…in this week's Word tip.…If there's text that you reuse over and over…in many different documents,…you should save it to the quick text gallery…where you can quickly access it when you need it.…So in our document, our press release document here,…
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