How to Print AutoText Entries in Word 2010


microsoft-word-logoAutoText is a great feature that has been included in Word since its earliest versions and it is one that really comes in handy. just about everyone I know uses AutoText and uses it frequently as I do. As you all know I love to save time and keystrokes and AutoText is a perfect way to do just that.

If you were not aware already, be advised that AutoText is a part of Building Blocks int eh latest iteration of Word 2010.

They may come a time when you would like to have a printed list of all your AutoText entries. I know I have had many inquiries about this. Luckily it is not all that difficult to do.

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  1. Click the File tab on your Ribbon.
  2. Click Print at the left-hand side of your screen.
  3. Under Settings, click the first control to display a number of different things you can print.

In the Document Properties section of the options, select AutoText Entries.

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  1. Click Print and your AutoText list will be printed for you.

 

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