Using the Insertion Point
Learn how to use the Word 2000 insertion point feature in this free lesson.
Moving the insertion point
To move the insertion point:
- Use your mouse to move your insertion point anywhere within the document. Move your mouse until the I-beam is where you want your insertion point to be and click.
- Use your arrow keys to move your insertion point up, down, left, or right. These movements move your insertion point one space or line at a time. This method is especially useful if you only need to move a few spaces or lines back in a document to make a correction.
- Hold the Control key and press the up or down arrow keys to jump up or down a paragraph at a time.
- Press Page Down (PgDn) to jump down the document one window at a time.