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Click and Type feature in Microsoft Word

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    Word's Click And Type feature allows you to begin typing anywhere on a blank page. You must first enable this feature before you can use it.

    Just follow these simple steps:

    1. Go to Tools | Options.
    2. On the Edit tab, select the Enable Click And Type check box in the Click And Type section, and click OK.
    3. To use this feature, switch to Print Layout view, and double-click anywhere on the blank page. For example, suppose you want to type a title in the middle of the first page. In Print Layout view, double-click the middle of the page where you want the title to appear, and type the title. Word automatically center-aligns the title.
    4. You can also use the Click And Type feature to insert nontext items. For example, to place a clip art picture in the bottom right corner of your page, go to the Print Layout view, double-click where you want the picture to appear, and insert the picture. Word automatically right-aligns the picture at the bottom of the page.
     
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