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stop word moving down

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Hi all

When i hit the return on a word document , the rest of the document hopes down but when put the mouse click there its ok
how can i remedy that

Thanks Davy
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I presume your cursor is at the top of the document (or a section of text) and then you are pressing the Enter key.  In such a case the document below (or section of text) or to the right of the cursor WILL move down.

If you need to move the cursor to a new location then either use the mouse as you have been doing or use the cursor or arrow keys.

The Enter key is to indicate the end of a paragraph or line and then creates a new line below.
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Thanks for your input
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