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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Moving Around the Screen

ONCE YOU HAVE CREATED a new Word document (see Chapter 1 for a refresher), you begin typing in a document at the location of the blinking insertion point (cursor). As you type a few lines of text, you’ll notice that you don’t need to press the Enter key at the end of each line. The program automatically moves down (or “wraps”) to the next line for you. Word calls this feature word wrap. You need only to press the Enter key to start a new paragraph. In Figure 2-1, you see the text wrapped around to the next line.

Figure 2-1. Word wrap takes care of adjusting the line for you.

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