Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 5: Typing Text in Word
1. Move the mouse pointer over any blank area past the end of a document.
Word defines the end of a document as the spot where no more text
appears. To find the end of a document, press Ctrl+End.
In a new document: The end of the document is in the upper-left
corner where the cursor appears.
In a document with existing text: The end of the document is the last
area where text appears (including spaces or tabs).
Notice that a Left, Left Indent, Center, or Right Justification icon appears
to the right or bottom of the I-beam mouse pointer, as shown in Figure 5-1.
2. Make sure that the correct justification icon appears next to the mouse
pointer.
For example, if you want to center-justify your text, make sure that the
Center Justification icon appears at the bottom of the I-beam pointer.
Getting the Left, Center, or Right Justification icon to appear in Step 2
can be tricky. The Left Justification icon appears most of the time. If
you move the mouse pointer slightly indented from the left margin of
the page, the Left Indent icon appears. To make the Center Justification
icon appear, move the mouse pointer to the center of the page. To make
the Right Justification icon appear, move the mouse pointer to the right
edge of the page.
3. Double-click the mouse pointer.
Word displays your cursor in the area you clicked. Any text you type
now will appear justified according to the justification icon displayed in
Step 3.
Figure 5-1:
The
justification icon
appears
next to
the mouse
pointer
when you
move the
mouse
pointer past
the end of a
document.
 
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