How to automate the insert of some text ?

HI

I Need to insert some text and tables to alot of word documents, would be any way to automate this, similar to the solution of the headers, provided in the related question?

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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Yes. You can build the text and tables in the Word application and create an Autotext entry from it. Then you can open any document and insert the Autotext entry at the current selection point.

If you require some sort of automation, either to vary the text and tables according to some parameters, or because it is a part of an already automated process, it would be possible to build the tables and text programatically.
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lwebberCommented:
You do it the same way, except you would choose a different Gallery. The choice of Gallery determines where you will go to use the building block later. You can browse your galleries with all those buttons on the Insert tab.

If you can't find an existing gallery to suit your purposes, you can use the Quick Parts gallery. Don't forget the trick about Categories as well -- they let you sub-divide your building blocks within a gallery.
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