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Using the Insert key to paste text in MS Word
Thread poster: Barnaby Capel-Dunn
Barnaby Capel-Dunn  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:27
French to English
Feb 19, 2003


Here\'s an interesting tip I came across if (like me) you virtually never need to use Word in overwrite mode: paste text with 1 key instead of 2. Here\'s what you do:

1. Click Tools and Options. Go to the Edit tab.

2. Put a checkmark next to \"Use the INS key for paste\" and press OK.



It saves a bit of time!



All the best



Barnaby


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Andrea Bullrich  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:27
English to Spanish
Great tip, thanks! Feb 19, 2003



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