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#1 computercoach


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Posted 06 September 2007 - 09:38 AM

I KNOW that there is a setting in Word 2003 that allows you to type or insert anywhere on a page.

For example, by default, in order to insert a graphic or type somewhere on a blank page in Word, you would usually have to tab/space/return down the page in order to be able to insert on that page without actually typing text.

I used to know the setting to allow you to simply put your cursor anywhere on the page and start typing or insert a graphic, just can't find it.

What started this was that I was trying to see if you could enable this feature in Word 2007.

Anyone remember what the setting is? :thumbsup:

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#2 jwinathome


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Posted 06 September 2007 - 09:46 AM

There is a setting in MS Word 2003 under the Tools > Options

Then under the "Edit" tab in the bottom "Click and Type" section, there is a checkbox that says "Enable click and type"

I think thats what you are looking for.

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