Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Proofi ng and Revising the Research Paper WD 119
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Click the Browse by Footnote
icon to set the browse object to
footnotes.
Position the mouse pointer on the
Previous Footnote button on the
vertical scroll bar (Figure 2–62).
Did the function of the
button change?
Yes. By default, it is the Previous
Page button. Depending on the
icon you click on the Select Browse
Object menu, the function of the
buttons above and below the
Select Browse Object button on
the vertical scroll bar changes.
Previous
Footnote
button
Figure 2–62
3
Click the Previous Footnote button
to display the footnote reference
mark in the document window
(Figure 2–63).
footnote reference
mark is displayed
in document
window
Other Ways
1. Click Page Number
indicator on status bar,
click desired object in
Go to what list, type
desired object number
in Enter object number
text box, click
OK button
2. Press ALT + CTRL + HOME
Figure 2–63
Moving Text
While proofreading the research paper, you realize that text in the third paragraph
would fl ow better if the third sentence were moved to the end of the paragraph.
To move text, such as words, characters, sentences, or paragraphs, you fi rst select
the text to be moved and then use drag-and-drop editing or the cut-and-paste technique
to move the selected text. With drag-and-drop editing , you drag the selected item to
the new location and then insert, or drop , it there. Cutting involves removing the selected
item from the document and then placing it on the Clipboard. The Clipboard is a
temporary Windows storage area. Pasting is the process of copying an item from the Clipboard
into the document at the location of the insertion point.
When moving text a long distance or between application programs, use the
Clipboard task pane to cut and paste. When moving text a short distance, the drag-and-
drop technique is more effi cient. Thus, the steps on the following pages demonstrate
drag-and-drop editing.
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