Word processor basics

Thinkfree Office Word Online enables you to read, edit, create a Word document using a web browser. Regardless of PC environment, you can view and edit your document using a web browser whenever and wherever you are. You can also co-edit your document in a real time to manage your document quickly and effectively. The adaptive UI and various editing features enhance your productivity and performance.

 

Copy

Copies the selected content to the clipboard, and then inserts it to the desired location. If you click Copy, in contrast to the Cut feature, the selected content remains and is saved to the clipboard.

 

This feature is useful when you need to use the same content, such as text, table, picture, drawing object, text box, in several locations.

To copy a selection:
  1. Select the content you wish to copy.
  2. Press Ctrl+C or click on the toolbar icon copy_icon.png

 

Paste

Pastes the cut or copied content stored in the clipboard to the desired location.

To paste the content which is copied or cut:
  1. Click the location where you want to paste the content which is copied or cut.
  2. Press Ctrl+V or click on the toolbar icon paste_icon.png

 

Cut

Cuts the selected content, moves it to the clipboard, and then inserts it into the desired location.

 

This feature is useful when you want to move content, such as text, table, picture, form field, to another location.

To cut a selection:
  1. Select the content you wish to cut.
  2. Press Ctrl+X or click on the toolbar icon cut_icon.png

 

Copy Format

Copy Format copies the font, paragraph format, and style at the pointer to another position.

 

This function is useful when you repeat specific styles.

You can copy the formats rather than choosing them one by one.
To copy the format:
  1. Place a cursor between words whose formatting you want to copy.
  2. Click Edit-Copy Format or click on the toolbar icon copy_format_icon.pngor ctrl+shift+c (cmd+shift+c on Mac).
  3. Select the target text or paragraph as a block. The formatting is applied to the target text.

 

Clear Format

Clear Format clears all formattings such as bold, italics, underlines and more that you have applied additionally and return text to its default formatting styles.

To clear all the styles, text effects, and formatting that you have applied additionally:
  1. Select the target text as a block.
  2. Click the Edit-Clear Format or click on the toolbar icon remove_format_icon.png

This feature is useful when you want to return the selected text to its default style without using Undo several times.

 

Undo

You can revert back from completed actions in the process of document editing by canceling the previous command, deleting typed content, or retrieving deleted content.

  1. Type text in the document on the edit screen or edit the document.
  2. Do one of the following.
    • Click the Undo icon_undo.png icon on the toolbar.
    • Click Edit-Undo.

This feature is useful when you wish to undo your mistake or when you wish to reverse the document to its previous state. If there are no more actions to be undone, the Undo menu will be disabled.

 

Redo

You can redo commands or actions canceled by clicking Undo.

  1. Type text in the document on the edit screen or edit the document.
  2. Do one of the following.
    • Click the Redo  icon_redo.pngicon on the toolbar.
    • Click Edit-Redo.

When you undo one or more actions and then edit other contents of the document, the Redo feature is disabled so that you cannot redo the action which has been previously canceled.

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