Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Editing Text with the Pop-up Toolbar
Selecting multiple chunks of data
with the mouse and keyboard
For greater flexibility in selecting data, you can use both the mouse and the
keyboard to select multiple chunks of data at the same time. To select two or
more chunks of data, follow these steps:
1. Select a picture or chunk of text, using either the keyboard or the
mouse.
2. Hold down the Ctrl key.
3. Select another picture or chunk of text, using either the keyboard or
the mouse.
4. Repeat Step 3 for each additional item you want to select.
5. Release the Ctrl key when you’re done selecting data.
Editing Text with the Pop-up Toolbar
As soon as you select text with the mouse, Office 2010 displays a pop-up
toolbar that displays the most commonly used commands (displayed as icons).
This pop-up toolbar appears to the upper right of the text you selected as a
faint image. The closer you move the mouse toward this pop-up toolbar, the
darker and sharper the toolbar appears, as shown in Figure 2-3. The farther
you move away from the toolbar, the fainter it appears.
The pop-up toolbar appears only if you select text by using the mouse. If you
select text by using the keyboard, this pop-up toolbar will not appear.
To use this pop-up toolbar, follow these steps:
1. Select data by using the mouse.
Selecting data with the keyboard will not display the pop-up toolbar.
2. Move the mouse pointer to the area to the upper right of the selected
data.
The pop-up toolbar appears.
The closer you move the mouse to the toolbar, the more visible the
toolbar will appear.
3. Click a command (icon) on the pop-up toolbar.
 
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