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Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document

Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document

If you have building blocks stored in your template, inserting them into a Word document is easy.

Building blocks are pre-formatted elements that are found in the Quick Part gallery of a template. You can save just about anything as a building block – tables, charts, text, images, etc. We have created them for landscape pages, cover pages, logos and icons, and more. Inserting building blocks into a Word document is easy. Here’s how:

  • Place your cursor on the page where you want the building block to appear.

Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document. Place the cursor where you want the Building Block to appear.
Place the cursor where you want the Building Block to appear.

  • Select the Insert tab.
  • In the Text group, click the down arrow on the Quick Parts gallery.

Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document. The Quick Parts gallery.
The Quick Parts gallery is in the Text group on the Insert tab.

  • Locate and click on the building block you need.

Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document. Select the Building Block from the gallery
Select the Building Block from the gallery.

  • The building block appears where you placed the cursor in your document.

Inserting Building Blocks into a Word document. The selected Building Block on the page.
The selected Building Block appears on the page.

You can move and/or edit a building block after insertion. For example, you can insert more rows or columns into a table or change the text in a breakout box or disclaimer. This will not change the original building block in the Quick Part gallery.

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