How to set up Word 2007 to auto-fill text?

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I have search all over just to add a simple field or form to a template, that I can reuse in the documents I create.

What I really want is a place-holder text called "Purchaser Name", and another called "Client Name", so that in a new document I could just click anywhere on "Purchaser Name" and "Client Name" (NOT select and type), fill in the names, and in the rest of the document where I placed the "Purchaser Name" and "Client Name" would automatically update/fill in.

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How to set up Word 2007 to auto-fill text?


Since I read the problem on your linked I did little more searching and I try to get some ideas with friends and the word 2007 format I found a solution this will be the following.

First, is activate empty space in an additional document.

Second, must go to insert tab then you will see the “Quick Parts” and click it, choose the Document Property and you have the fields of different varieties.

Use manager for person name or anything you want to select and then click it.

Third, since you have created fields for "manager" what is equal everywhere in the document, fill it with information you need (didn't see any restrictions there). Be sure that after you typed your repeating text the "manager" field ends – if not it takes text from after you’re typing to other "manager" fields too.

Last , now wherever you need reuse "manager" field just repeat the topics as many times you want and you have same name now in new place too.

I hope it helps a little help of your problem god bless

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