To format your paragraph, first highlight the paragraph you wish to format. To highlight more
than one paragraph, click at the beginning of the paragraph and drag the mouse over the text.
To apply changes to the entire document, select all by hitting
Ctrl + A
. To specify
expand the Paragraph section of the
will open up the Paragraph menu (Figure 12). The
option allows you to choose how you want
your paragraph to look (i.e. justified, right, center, or
option allows you to set the
desired spacing, such as single or double. The
option allows you to tab/push the line(s)
in your paragraph either left or right. The
option is found in
menu, but you must first
Line and Page Breaks
allows you to split a paragraph or a page up into
sections. You can also bring up this menu by right
clicking (or by hitting
Ctrl + Click
on a one button
mouse) within the document and selecting
Figure1 2. Changing the Paragraph attributes with the Paragraph menu.
CUT, COPY, AND PASTE
You can use the
features of Word to change the order of sections within
your document, to move sections from other documents into new documents, and to save
yourself the time of retyping repetitive sections in a document.
will actually remove the
selection from the original location and allow it to be placed somewhere else.
to leave the original selection where it is and insert a copy elsewhere.
is used to insert
whatever has been cut or copied.
Highlight the text by clicking and dragging over the text to be cut or copied. Go to
Home Tab >
Home Tab > Cut
. Click the location where the information should be placed. Go to
Home Tab > Paste