Microsoft KB Archive/36508
New Paragraph After Insertion Point Command
PSS ID Number: Q36508 Article last modified on 03-07-1997
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The New Paragraph After Insertion Point command can be found in the Commands dialog box. This command is issued by default by pressing COMMAND+OPTION+RETURN.
This New Paragraph After Insertion Point command is useful when you want to insert a new paragraph mark but continue typing in the current paragraph. When you insert the paragraph mark, the following text moves to a new line, and the insertion point remains in its current position. For example, you may want to use this command when inserting text in the middle of a paragraph to avoid the distraction of the following text being pushed to the right as you type.
To remove this paragraph mark, use of the following two procedures:
- Use Delete Forward (COMMAND+OPTION+F) when you’ve finished typing.
- Select the mark and choose Cut.
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