How do I insert automatic lines in Word?
Word includes a sometimes-helpful little feature that allows you to add lines in your documents, without removing your fingers from the keyboard. All you need to do is start at the left margin of a new line, type at least three characters, and then press Enter.
How do I insert a thick line in Word?
Step 1: Go to the Word document where you want to add a bold line. Step 2: Press the "Enter key" to make a space between text and line. Step 3: Press and hold the Shift and dash ("-") keys. Once the line is drawn on the page, press "Enter Key." You can see the Word automatically generate a bold line on the page.
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How do you insert top and bottom lines in Word?
How do you insert a short horizontal line in Word?
How do I do 1.5 spacing on Word?
How many lines are in a Word document?
In order to see how many lines there are in your document, choose Word Count from the Tools menu. After a short delay (depending on the size of your document and the speed of your computer), Word displays the Word Count dialog box.
How do you indent a paragraph by 0.5 in Word?
Click the dialog box launcher in the Paragraph group to open the Paragraph dialog box. Under Indentation, click the up increment arrow on the Right text box to increase the right indent to 0.5 inch.
What is the shortcut key for line spacing?
Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts
|Set single-space line spacing||Ctrl + 1|
|Set double-space line spacing||Ctrl + 2|
|Set 1.5-line spacing||Ctrl + 5|
|Open the macros dialog box||Alt + F8|