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Word 2010 - VBA  code to bring cursor to the left side  of screen (start of line) and more

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Hi:
I need help coding the following:
I have my cursor in the middle of a line of text.
I need code to bring cursor to the left side  of the document screen (start of line) in a document and move down one line.
Wait 5 seconds.
move cursor down one line.
Wait 5 seconds.
End of macro.
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Dan Craciun earned 2000 total points
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Try this:
Sub test()
   Selection.MoveStart unit:=wdLine
   Selection.MoveDown unit:=wdLine, Count:=1
   sleep (5000)
   Selection.MoveDown unit:=wdLine, Count:=1
   sleep (5000)
End Sub

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HTH,
Dan
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