Admit it: you repeat yourself. A lot.
Oh, you don't think you do. But if you work in a law office, you're probably constantly going back to old documents, picking up bits and pieces of text to drop into your latest magnum opus.
Stop doing that!
For one thing, it's just so inefficient. Even worse, you're constantly in danger of forgetting to edit something client-specific when you do all that cutting-and-pasting. (Do you really want to repeat that time you forgot to change "he" to "she" in the Notary Acknowledgement and your client had to correct you before she signed her name?)
Here's a better solution: Quick Parts.