If you regularly type the same text into documents you could set this up as an AutoText entry, this means that you can enter the text really quickly by type a single word (or even letter) and pressing Enter.
The easiest way to enter AutoText is to type the text into a document and select it and then save the entry to a shortcut key for later use.
After typing the text, select it, click the arrow beneath Quick Parts on the Insert tab and click AutoText.
Click the option ‘Save Selection to AutoText Gallery’.
Enter a name for the entry (something that isn’t too long and can be remembered easily), you can also enter some information about the entry in the Description field if needed and click OK.
To enter the text into any Word document, type the name of the entry (you should see a tooltip that displays the first part of the text after you start typing) and press Enter.