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Lesson 15. Using AutoCorrect and AutoText > Creating AutoText Definitions

Creating AutoText Definitions

Word lets you store any text and graphics in a named AutoText entry. Then, you can insert the text or graphics in any document simply by typing or selecting its name.

When you create an AutoText entry, it is linked to the paragraph style of the original text from which the entry was created. When you need to insert an AutoText entry, the list will display only those entries associated with the current paragraph style. The exception is the Normal paragraph style, for which all entries are always available. Thus, if you create an AutoText entry from text in a paragraph formatted with a style named Formal, that AutoText entry will be available only when the cursor is in a paragraph that also has the style Formal applied to it.


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