You can use the format of a previous will but I would never recommend it. Wills are much, much more complicated than they appear and, even though it is pretty cheap to get one done by a lawyer, if you don't do it correctly it is absolutely invalid. If you don't want to spend the money for a lawyer to do it (and you may want to check around for prices) then you would be better off using one of the form sites online like this site
rather than trying to do it yourself.
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