Insert Date in Word 2016 for Mac

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how to add a date to your Word document in Microsoft Office 2016 for the Mac.

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    To add a date, we open a document
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    We click "Insert"
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    Then, we click "Date & Time"
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    This will give us a number of different formats that we can use for the date and time.
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    Once we find the format that we like, we click it
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    We can check the "Update automatically" box
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    Whenever we open the document to edit it, the date will be updated automatically.
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    Once we click "OK", the date will be inserted at the cursor
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