Building blocks in Word2010 are primarily used to store text, graphics, tables, or other specific objects that have a fixed format and are often used. Building blocks are saved in Word2010 libraries and can be inserted anywhere in any Word2010 document or Word2010 document. The steps to create a building block in a Word2010 document are described below:
Step 1th, open the Word2010 document window, and select the content (such as text, pictures, or tables, and so on) that you want to use as the building block. Switch to the Insert Ribbon, click the Document Parts button in the text group, and select the Save selection to document Part Gallery command from the Open menu, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Selecting the Save selection to document Part Gallery command Step 2nd, open the New Building Block dialog box, where the user can customize the building block name and select the library to which the building block is saved. The default is saved to the document parts Gallery, but you can also choose to save to a library such as header, footer, text box, and so on. Choose which library to save to, and you need to find it in the appropriate library when you use the building block. The other options remain the default settings and click OK, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 The new Building Block dialog box, step 3rd, in the Ribbon, click the appropriate library name (such as the Watermark Gallery in the page layout ribbon) to see the new building block in the library list, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 new building blocks