Microsoft Word's Click and Type feature
If enabled, Word's "Click And Type" feature allows you to begin typing anywhere on a blank page.
Word's Click And Type feature allows you to begin typing anywhere on a blank page. You must first enable this feature before you can use it.
Just follow these simple steps:
- Go to Tools | Options.
- On the Edit tab, select the Enable Click And Type check box in the Click And Type section, and click OK.
- To use this feature, switch to Print Layout view, and double-click anywhere on the blank page. For example, suppose you want to type a title in the middle of the first page. In Print Layout view, double-click the middle of the page where you want the title to appear, and type the title. Word automatically center-aligns the title.
- You can also use the Click And Type feature to insert nontext items. For example, to place a clip art picture in the bottom right corner of your page, go to the Print Layout view, double-click where you want the picture to appear, and insert the picture. Word automatically right-aligns the picture at the bottom of the page.
That's all there is to it!