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Ms Word 2003 - Add item to Header Footer Insert AutoText Menu

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I want to add my own item to the Insert Autotext menu of the Header / Footer bar.  (I did it for the Insert Autotext menu - but I can't figure out how to add my item to the Header / Footer menu.)

Specifically - I want to click "View Header / Footer", then Insert Auto Text and I want my item to be on the menu (c) 2008 my company. All Rights Reserved.

Can someone please tell me how?  Thanks  in advance.
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In Word 2003:

Select View . . . Header & Footer to see the Header/Footer Toolbar
Right-click the toolbar and select Customize
Select the Commands Tab
Select the category AutoText
Select your AutoText entry from the Command list on the right
Drag and Drop the entry on the AutoText DropDown on the Header/Footer Toolbar
Click Close on the Customize dialog box
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Perfect solution.  Well explained.  Thank you!
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