Difference between revisions of "Documentation/OOo3 User Guides/Writer Guide/AutoText"

From Apache OpenOffice Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m
m
Line 13: Line 13:
 
# Select '''Edit > AutoText''' (or press ''Control+F3'').
 
# Select '''Edit > AutoText''' (or press ''Control+F3'').
 
# Enter a name for your shortcut. Writer will suggest a one-letter shortcut, which you can change.
 
# Enter a name for your shortcut. Writer will suggest a one-letter shortcut, which you can change.
# Click the '''AutoText''' button on the right1) of the AutoText dialog box and select '''New (text only)''' from the menu.
+
# Click the '''AutoText''' button on the right of the AutoText dialog box and select '''New (text only)''' from the menu.
 
# Click '''Close''' to return to your document.
 
# Click '''Close''' to return to your document.
  

Revision as of 17:42, 28 May 2010


AutoText allows you to assign text, tables, graphics, and other items to a key combination. For example, rather than typing "Senior Management", you just have to type "sm" and press F3. Or you can save a formatted Tip (like the one on this page) as AutoText and then insert a copy by typing "tip" and pressing F3.

To assign some text to an AutoText shortcut:

  1. Type the text into your document.
  2. Select the text.
  3. Select Edit > AutoText (or press Control+F3).
  4. Enter a name for your shortcut. Writer will suggest a one-letter shortcut, which you can change.
  5. Click the AutoText button on the right of the AutoText dialog box and select New (text only) from the menu.
  6. Click Close to return to your document.

To insert AutoText, type the shortcut and press F3.

Template:Documentation/Tip

AutoText is especially powerful when assigned to fields. See Chapter 14 (Working with Fields) for more information.


Content on this page is licensed under the Creative Common Attribution 3.0 license (CC-BY).
Personal tools