Repeat text in MS Word Using Document Property content controls Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation How To Publish Your Book Fast with Self Publishing: FREE & Fast by Sue-HamHow to use Novelist 23 thoughts on “Repeat text in MS Word Using Document Property content controls” You are a QUEEN!! Thank you! <3 Reply Followed all steps but every time I add or change the information every field changes to the same thing. Reply Amazing video.Can I extend limited document property content controls? Reply Great!!! Thank you. Reply The simplest instructions on how to do this I've found yet! Reply Too much irrelevant talking Reply Hello!document propertie just have 15, that's I can replyBut what if I need more than 15 times.I have document, in that document I need reply text more than 15 times.And thank you 😊! Reply Hi Laura, this is brilliant thank you very much. I have a formatting question i need help with please? I follow the method above to create a title page, i also want select details to appear on the header on following pages. However, i would like to use a different colour/font size. If i change one it changes both. The only way i can get round this is with a drop down which would not work for a few of my fields. Any suggestions? Thank you. Reply Amazing, just what I was looking for and I never knew about the clipboard trick as well. Thanks. Reply this is name of "ARTICLE" – GOODJOB Reply Copying the fields did not work for me. I have Word 2016. And I have tried this in different ways. Reply Is there a way to reference a value selected from a content control drop down menu? I know how to do this in legacy fields, but can't seem to figure out how to do using content controls. Reply The only problem i see here is when you try copying the section to a another word document. It wont paste the input data you put in. It comes out blanke. I dont know how to fix this. Reply Hi, I am creating a contract template and want to make it error-proof. Your video is excellent, only what I wish to offer the Sales team is one separate template in which they simply need to fill things once (ex: Client's legal name, Clients DBA name, Contact number, etc.), so it auto populates the actual contract, in the various places. Right now, the basic information to be repeated is not all at the top of the contract, so I would have to highlight the first-time appearing terms, throughout the contract, so the Sales people are forced to locate them and fill them. Is there a way to create such a template, hidden from the client, to whom the contract will eventually be sent (we may sometimes convert to PDF, but let's assume we need to maintain the integrity of the Word doc, for this question)? Reply Very helpful thank you! Reply Hi, thanks for sharing this video,I found this as helpful but i need the video to find the same url links which is already existing in the word document Reply Hi Thankuuuuuuu Reply Thanks very much! That was super useful! Reply Well that was a dramatic ending… Reply I can't click the Document Property. I have Word 2010 on a PC, help! Reply Thank you, have spent hours trying to find out how to do this, the only thing I cannot work out is under address, if I want the address to go over several lines, instead of one continuous, how do I format this. For egI wantMr and Mrs Jones10 Black StSmithfield instead of Mr and Mrs Jones, 10 Black St, Smithfield Reply awesome! thank you very much big help Reply Laura. You're the best. Spent hours trying to figure this out and you helped me in less than 2 minutes. I'm so grateful! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.