Click where you want to start the selection, hold down the left mouse button, and then drag a box around the text that you want to select. Double-click anywhere in the word. Move the pointer to the left of the line until it changes to a nodewhopper.
There are different ways to select multiple words in Microsoft Word. In this article, we'll talk about the most common ones.
In this HIndi Tutorial In Microsoft Word, you can select a word by pressing Ctrl+A on your keyboard. Then, with the cursor blinking in between one word and another, you can scroll down or press Ctrl+arrow key to go through each word.
Alternatively, you can use Ctrl+Space to select a range of words and then press Enter on your keyboard to toggle the selection from all words to just those that appear in the text box into which you have typed them. This is helpful if you have an idea of what keywords might be relevant for a given document title or even for a certain paragraph within it.
The best way to select text in MS Word is by holding Ctrl and clicking on the text. This shortcut will place you in 'selection mode', allowing you to move your cursor around the text. To select all of the text, hold Shift and click on the mouse.
Ctrl+A (Select all)
Shift+A (Select All)
Alt+D (Select Document)
Alt+N (New Document)
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