AutoText is one of Word’s most useful efficiency tools, allowing you to store commonly used phrases, boilerplate text, and graphics for easy reuse in your documents. Unfortunately, a lot of users don’t quite know how the feature works and have never reaped its benefits.
Putting AutoText to work
This illustrated tutorial walks through the steps for saving an item as AutoText, inserting it in a document, modifying an AutoText entry, deleting an entry you no longer need, and copying entries from one template to another.
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