Customize Where Building Blocks Are Inserted in Your Document (Such as Cover Pages) in MS Word
You may have already used the document building blocks functionality in Microsoft Office Word 2007 to insert complete, formatted document components, such as a cover page or table of contents, with just a click. You may also have noticed that when you click to insert some types of building blocks, your selection is automatically added to a specific place in the document, such as the first page, in the case of a cover page.
But what if you want more than one of the same type of building block in the document, perhaps at a different position? Many types of building blocks provide the option to insert additional entries at specified points in the document. Instead of clicking to insert your selection, right-click for a set of options. For example, right-click an entry in the Cover Page gallery (on the Insert tab) for the options to insert the selected cover page at the beginning or end of the document or section, or at your current position in the document.