You can create AutoText entries to insert common words or phrases. For example, an AutoText entry could insert your company’s name, a website address, or a confidentiality statement. You can even include formatting in an AutoText entry.
Word displays a popup box when you start typing an AutoText entry’s name. If you select the AutoText entry and press Enter, Word will insert the entry.
To create an AutoText entry:
Type and format your text.
Select the content for the AutoText entry.
Select the Insert tab.
Click the QuickParts button in the Text group.
Select AutoText > Save Selection to AutoText Gallery.
The Create New Building Block dialog box appears.
Type a Name for your AutoText entry.
If you plan to create numerous AutoText entries, select a Category.
For Save in, select a file to contain the AutoText entry.
For Options, select one of the following:
Insert content only — inserts the entry inside the current paragraph
Insert content in its own paragraph — inserts the entry as a new paragraph
Insert content in its own page — inserts the entry as a new page