Click and Type

Word allows users to begin typing almost anywhere on a page using a feature called Click and Type. This means you do not have to begin typing at the beginning of the document or from existing text. Learn how to enable Click and Type in your documents and how to select the default paragraph type for the feature with the following articles.

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   Default Click and Type Paragraph Style
When you use the Click and Type feature, Word uses applies the Normal style to the paragraph created. You can specify a different style of paragraph by using the steps in this tip.

   Understanding Click and Type
The Click and Type feature of Word allows you to use the mouse to click somewhere on a blank page, and then begin typing. Understanding how the feature works can mean better results when using it.

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