Word - Draft Content Based on an Existing Document with Copilot Tutorial

Learn how to draft content based on an existing document with Copilot. Discover how Copilot in Word can generate content from other files, such as Word or PowerPoint files stored on OneDrive, Teams, or SharePoint. Watch this video to learn how to summarize the content of a document, like one about climate change, using Copilot.

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Copilot in Word offers the ability to
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generate content from other files,
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for example to create a summary text
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related to the subject of the file.
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Other Word or PowerPoint
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files stored on OneDrive,
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Teams or SharePoint can be used.
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I have a document here dealing
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with the issue of climate change.
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I would like to summarize its content.
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For this, in the Copilot prompt,
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I will either use the Reference Your
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Content button or enter the symbol to
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call up the content referencing box.
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In this box,
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I can reference either recently used files
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or browse through my various cloud spaces.
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Here I will point it to my file
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located in my personal OneDrive space.
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Then I express my prompt that is my
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request by asking for a structured
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summary of the content of my file.
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Once the content generation is complete,
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I can rephrase the prompt.
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Keep the proposal,
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regenerate another version,
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delete or as I will do,
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ask to keep the content by adding a
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paragraph on the evolution of temperatures.
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In my case,
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I will keep the proposal for any new request,
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it will be necessary to specify
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again the document to rely on.
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So I will go and reference the same
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document and specify to generate a
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block on how to lower temperatures.
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The result not being synthetic enough for me,
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I will reformulate my request
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specifying a result in list form.
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The generated editorial content
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is thus finalized.
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This principle is applicable
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by referencing a PowerPoint
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presentation to generate a word text.
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I have a presentation on Copilot here,
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and I want to generate a summary of
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the content in the form of a list
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of five key points related to the
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advantages of the AI assistant Copilot.
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So I express my prompt,
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I wait while the content is generated,
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and I validate the proposal.
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I add my presentation again as a
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reference to summarize the roles
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or professions that can benefit
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from using Copilot.
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After a few seconds, my content is generated.
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Copilot can really be considered as
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a tool to help synthesize and write
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documents effortlessly and quickly.

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