MSDN UK Screencasts: Structuring Documents in Word 2007 - Building Blocks

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Building blocks make possible content re-use across Word 2007 documents and applications. Sections of content can be identified as building blocks and offered for users via a gallery. In combination with content controls, they can offer a very effective solution for document assembly type applica.

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Building blocks make possible content re-use across Word 2007 documents and applications. Sections of content can be identified as building blocks and offered for users via a gallery. In combination with content controls, they can offer a very effective solution for document assembly type applications.
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<div>Check <a href="http://blogs.msdn.com/mikeormond/archive/2007/05/24/office-open-xml-file-format-nuggets.aspx">my blog entry</a> for hyperlinks to additional resources and other nuggets in the series.</div>
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