Office 2019 Word- Connect two words each other

Samet Ozenc 1 Reputation point


I'm using Office 2019 - Word

How can I connect to words each other? I mean when I change a word, the other one will change automatically.

For example, there are two sentences like " ... beautiful day" and "... beautiful weather". When I change the first sentence like " ... horrible day" the second sentence will automatically change to "... horrible weather".


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  1. Mohamed El-Qassas 1,391 Reputation points MVP

    As per my humble knowledge in Microsoft Office, there is no such functionality in Microsoft Word, even the Master Document View doesn't have such functionality!

    To avoid any kind of conflict/mistakes, this action should be done manually using the keyword shortcut CTRL+H to find and replace all or replace one by one based on your needs!


    In the nearest future, I think we would have such AI models in Microsoft Office :)

    Please don't forget to Mark the answer as Accepted in case, It helped you :)

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  2. Emi Zhang-MSFT 22,396 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Samet Ozenc ,
    Just checking in to see if the information was helpful. Please let us know if you would like further assistance. If the response is helpful, please click "Accept Answer" and upvote it.

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  3. John Korchok 5,116 Reputation points

    For some reason, my original answer to this question was deleted.

    Word offers several ways to do this. Here is Greg Maxey's page with 9 different methods to type once and repeat text: [Repeating Data][1]. I usually use #7 Content Controls. [1]:

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  4. Charles Kenyon 2,666 Reputation points

    I agree with John that Greg Maxey's page is an invaluable resource.
    The simplest method is to use Mapped Content Controls but these will not work in .doc format.
    This is my page on Repeating Data using Mapped Content Controls.

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  5. Samet Ozenc 1 Reputation point


    Thank you so much for your help. I really appreciated.

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