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Editing a Document

You will rarely write a perfect document that doesn’t require any editing. You can edit a document as you create it, or you can write it first and then revise it. Or you might want to edit a document created for one purpose to create another document for a different purpose. For example, a marketing letter from last year might be edited to create a new letter for this year’s marketing campaign. Editing encompasses many tasks, such as inserting and deleting words and phrases, correcting errors, and moving and copying text to different places in the document.


Inserting text is easy; you click to position the insertion point and simply begin typing. When you insert text, existing text moves to the right to accommodate the text that you are inserting, and the text that reaches the right margin wraps to the next line, if necessary.


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