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I'm able to add a markup style to ribbon by creating a new class like { -ms-name: "New markup"; }

This works well, but what if I want to add a new class, and maybe insert a H4-tag within a span? Like this:
<span class="myclass grid_4"><h4>This was inserted automagically</h4>This is some content</span>

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You can do this by using the Reusable Content feature in SharePoint Server 2010. Reusable Content is a list with HTML snippets that can be inserted to Site Pages.

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The user must be able to insert and edit both the title and the content, is this still possible with reusable content? – eirikb Aug 2 '10 at 13:26
You can use any kind of HTML snippet as reusable comment, and yes it can all be edited – Wictor Wilen MCA MCM MVP Aug 3 '10 at 5:36
Yeah I just misunderstood the option when creating the reusable content. Thought I could choose the ability to update it globally or not. This works perfectly, now I just need to find a way to deploy it. Thanks! – eirikb Aug 3 '10 at 5:44

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