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Moving the Cursor With the Keyboard Microsoft Office 2007

    Moving the cursor with the mouse can be fast and easy. However, touch-typists often find that moving the cursor with the keyboard is more convenient and sometimes faster too. Table 4-1 lists different keystroke combinations you can use to move the cursor.

    You can move the cursor with both the keyboard and the mouse.

    Table 4-1

    Keystroke Shortcuts for Moving the Cursor in Word

    Keystroke

    What It Does

    î

    Moves the cursor up one line

    I

    Moves the cursor down one line

    -

    Moves the cursor right one character

    <-

    Moves the cursor left one character

    Ctrl+î

    Moves the cursor up to the beginning of the previous paragraph

    Ctrl+i

    Moves the cursor down to the beginning of the next paragraph

    Ctrl+—

    Moves the cursor right one word

    Ctrl+^

    Moves the cursor left one word

    Home

    Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line

    End

    Moves the cursor to the end of the line

    Ctrl+Home

    Moves the cursor to the beginning of a document

    Ctrl+End

    Moves the cursor to the end of a document

    Page Up

    Moves the cursor up one screen

    Page Down

    Moves the cursor down one screen

    Ctrl+Page Up

    Moves the cursor to the top of the previous page

    Ctrl+Page Down

    Moves the cursor to the top of the next page

    Viewing a Document

    Word can display your document in one of five views, which can help you better understand the layout, margins, and page breaks in your document:

    Print Layout: Displays page breaks as thick, dark horizontal bars so you can clearly see where a page ends and begins. (This is the default view.)

    Full Screen Reading: Displays pages side by side so you see.

    Web Layout: Displays your document exactly as it would appear if you saved it as a Web page (looks similar to Page Layout view).

    Outline (also called Master Document Tools): Displays your document as outline headings and subheadings.

    Draft: Displays the document without top or bottom page margins where page breaks appear as dotted lines.




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