Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Entering Text
1
2
Press the END key to move the insertion point to the end of the current line.
Type of white on his chest and then press the ENTER key.
3
Type Male, adult cocker spaniel and then press the ENTER key.
4
Type Green and silver collar
with the name, Bailey, on
the tag and then press the ENTER key.
three paragraphs
of body copy
entered, which
will be formatted
as a bulleted list
5
Type the signature line in the l yer (Figure 1–10):
If this is your lost dog, call
555-1029.
signature line
entered
Figure 1–10
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Navigating a Document
You view only a portion of a document on the screen through the document
window. At some point when you type text or insert graphics, Word probably will scroll
the top or bottom portion of the document off the screen. Although you cannot see the
text and graphics once they scroll off the screen, they remain in the document.
You can use either the keyboard or the mouse to scroll to a different location in a
document and/or move the insertion point around a document. When you use the keyboard,
the insertion point automatically moves when you press the desired keys. For example, the
previous steps used the end key to move the insertion point to the end of the current line.
Table 1–1 outlines various techniques to navigate a document using the keyboard.
With the mouse, you can use the scroll arrows or the scroll box on the scroll bar to
display a different portion of the document in the document window and then click the
mouse to move the insertion point to that location. Table 1–2 explains various techniques
for using the scroll bar to scroll vertically with the mouse.
Minimize Wrist Injury
Computer users frequently
switch between the
keyboard and the mouse
during a word processing
session; such switching
strains the wrist. To help
prevent wrist injury,
minimize switching. For
instance, if your i ngers
already are on the
keyboard, use keyboard
keys to scroll. If your hand
already is on the mouse,
use the mouse to scroll.
Table 1–1 Moving the Insertion Point with the Keyboard
Insertion Point Direction
Key(s) to Press
Insertion Point Direction
Key(s) to Press
LEFT ARROW
CTRL + UP ARROW
Left one character
Up one paragraph
Right one character
RIGHT ARROW
Down one paragraph
CTRL + DOWN ARROW
Left one word
CTRL + LEFT ARROW
Up one screen
PAGE UP
Right one word
CTRL + RIGHT ARROW
Down one screen
PAGE DOWN
Up one line
UP ARROW
To top of document window
ALT + CTRL + PAGE UP
Down one line
DOWN ARROW
To bottom of document window
ALT + CTRL + PAGE DOWN
To end of line
To beginning of document
CTRL + HOME
END
To beginning of line
To end of document
CTRL + END
HOME
Table 1–2 Using the Scroll Bar to Scroll Vertically with the Mouse
Scroll Direction
Mouse Action
Scroll Direction
Mouse Action
Up
Drag the scroll box upward.
Down one screen
Click anywhere below the scroll box on the
vertical scroll bar.
Down
Drag the scroll box downward.
Up one line
Click the scroll arrow at the top of the vertical
scroll bar.
Up one screen
Click anywhere above the scroll box on the
vertical scroll bar.
Down one line
Click the scroll arrow at the bottom of the
vertical scroll bar.
 
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