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Change the location of entire paragraphs with a simple shortcut key (Word 97/2000/2001/2002)

When you need to change the location of one or more paragraphs, you can avoid both the click-and-drag method and the cut-and-paste method. Instead, try using the keyboard equivalents of the Move Up and Move Down commands that are normally available in Outline view. First, select the paragraphs you want to move. To move a single paragraph, just place the insertion point anywhere within that paragraph.) Next, press [Alt][Shift][Up Arrow] to move the selection up one paragraph, or press [Alt][Shift][Down][Arrow] to move the selection down one paragraph. (In Word 2001, use the [control] key instead of the [Alt] key).

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