Microsoft Word 2013/2016 cursor/arrow down does not always go to the end of the line

Microsoft Word 2013/2016 cursor/arrow down does not always go to the end of the line.  Over time, I've noticed when creating templates (more like just word documents) that when there is a form like this:
Patient Name:
Chief Complaint:
and after typing in the patient name (or using Dragon Naturally speaking) and you arrow down, it will go to the end of the line generally.  However, if the next line, like Chief Complaint: is longer, it will just move the cursor to the middle of the word and not the end of the line.  Is there a way to always have the cursor when arrow'd down to go to the end of the line without the juse of the End key afterwards?

Thank you,
Clifford JenkinsIT Systems ManagerAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Actually it id doing exactly what it is supposed to do.
Bernard S.CTOCommented:
You mean that you want "arrow down" to act as "arrow down, end-of-line".

As stated by David, this won't happen... but you can make it happen by changing your template to accomplish it

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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Try using Tab rather than arrow keys to move between fields. Tab will move to the next available field and will do 1 of 3 things:

1) highlight the content of the field,
2) put cursor at beginning of field,
3) put cursor at end of field

I don't recall which is the standard behaviour
Bernard S.CTOCommented:
You might now consider closing the question unless you want to write additional details.
Bernard S.CTOCommented:
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