How many times have you wanted to Paste text in Microsoft Word, and you found yourself looking for the Paste command or trying to remember the combinations of Keystrokes Ctrl+V. Well, you don’t need to anymore, because you can just choose the Insert key and whatever you have Copied will be inserted where the cursor is located in your Document. To find out, how to change this setting just keep on reading the post below.
Once the Options command is selected, the Word Options dialog box appears, where from the left we select the category Advanced as shown in the image below. In this category we have Advanced Options For Working With Word.
Then from the Advanced category under the Word Options dialog box, we locate the area in the middle mentioning Cut, Copy and Paste. Once the area is located, all left to be done is to activate the check box at the left of the command Use The Insert Key For Paste. Once activated, we press the Ok button located at the bottom right corner of the Word Options dialog box, so the adjustments will take place.
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