Open an existing document.
Place the cursor where you want to add the new text.
If the document is blank, you can move the cursor to be left, right, or center aligned and double-click. Or you can double-click anywhere to start adding text.
If the document already has text, just click where you want to start typing.
Press Enter to end a line or paragraph and start a new one.
Tip: Press Shift + F5 to place the cursor where you were typing when you last closed the document.
Select the text you want to replace.
To select a single word, quickly double-click that word.
To select a line of text, place your cursor at the start of the line, and press Shift + down arrow.
To select a paragraph, place your cursor at the start of the paragraph, and press Ctrl + Shift + down arrow.