Generally speaking, there is no way to *create* a new line in Word without
inserting a paragraph break (Enter) or line break (Shift+Enter). You can go
to any line by clicking on it with the mouse, but if you want the mouse to
go to (and create) a line that doesn't yet exist, you have to have "Click
and type" enabled (Tools | Options | Edit).
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
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Thanks Suzanne. Very nice of you to help out
Yes. Doing the Insert>Break >text Wrapping break wil take you to the next
time as in pressing the Enter key. Not sure if that would do or mean anything
else in a document however it accomplishes what U want