Microsoft Word 2016 Mac Hold Down Key For Repeating Character

Type emoji and other symbols

  1. Click the place in your document or message where you want the character to appear.
  2. Press Control–Command–Space bar. The Character Viewer pop-up window appears:
  3. Use the search field at the top of the window, click a category at the bottom of the window, or click in the upper-right corner to expand the window and reveal more characters.
  4. When you find the character that you want, click or double-click it to insert it in to your text.

Type accented characters

Repeat a character

  1. Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences.
  2. Click Keyboard.
  3. Make sure that the Key Repeat slider isn’t set to Off.
  1. Select the character that you want to copy.
  2. Press Command-C to copy the character to the clipboard.
  3. Hold Command-V to paste the character repeatedly.

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  • You can add ActiveX controls to the text layer or drawing layer of the document. To add a control to the drawing layer, click the control on the Control Toolbox. To add a control to the text layer, hold down the SHIFT key while you click a control on the Control Toolbox.
  • A control that you add to the text layer is an InlineShape object, to which you gain access programmatically through the InlineShapes collection. A control that you add to the drawing layer is a Shape object, to which you gain access programmatically through the Shapes collection.
  • Reindex outlook 2010. Controls in the text layer are treated like characters and are positioned as characters within a line of text.
  • In design mode, ActiveX controls in the drawing layer are visible only in print layout view or Web layout view.
  • If you want the user to use the ActiveX controls but not change the layout of the document, protect the document by clicking the Protect Form button on the Forms toolbar.
  • Microsoft Word implements the LostFocus and GotFocus events for ActiveX controls on a document. The other events listed in the Procedure drop-down list box are documented in Microsoft Forms Help. For more information about using events with ActiveX controls, see the Control and dialog box events and the Using events with ActiveX controls topics.
  • If you want to add form fields instead of ActiveX controls to your document to create an online form, use the Forms toolbar.
  • The Me keyword in an event procedure for an ActiveX control on a document refers to the document, not to the control.

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