Insert a Symbol


The Editor allows you to insert symbols that are not on your keyboard, such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, paragraph marks.

To insert a symbol, do the following:

  1. Point to the position within the document where you want to insert a symbol.
  2. Click the Symbol button on the Symbols toolbar.

The Symbol dialog will be invoked.

Select the symbol to be inserted and click OK, or double-click the symbol.

In addition, some symbols can be inserted in the document using default keyboard shortcuts:

CTRL+ALT+C Inserts the copyright (©) symbol.
CTRL+ALT+OEMPERIOD Inserts the ellipsis () symbol.
CTRL+ALT+R Inserts the registered trademark (®) symbol.
CTRL+ALT+- Inserts the em dash () symbol.
CTRL+ALT+T Inserts the trademark sign () symbol.
CTRL+- Inserts the en dash (-) symbol.

Insert Page Numbers

Insert a Page Number


Click the Header or Footer button on the Header & Footer toolbar. For more information, see Header and Footer.

Point to anywhere in the header or footer area where you want to insert the page number.


To add page numbers, click the Page Number button on the Header & Footer toolbar.

Insert a Page Count


Click the Header or Footer button on the Header & Footer toolbar. For more information, see Header and Footer.

Point to anywhere in the header or footer area where you want to insert the number of pages.


To add the number of pages, click the Page Count button on the Header & Footer toolbar.

Insert a Page Break


You can insert a page break in your document anywhere you want. To do this, follow the steps below.

  1. Point to the position within a document where you want to insert a page break.
  2. Click the Page button on the Pages toolbar…

… or click the Breaks button on the Page Setup toolbar and select Page from the invoked list (press CTRL+ENTER for keyboard shortcut).


To show the page break mark, press CTRL+SHIFT+8 or click the Show/Hide button on the Paragraph toolbar.


Keyboard Shortcuts to Insert Breaks

CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER Inserts a column break in a document.
CTRL+SHIFT+SPACE Inserts a non-breaking space.
CTRL+ENTER Inserts a page break.
ENTER Inserts a paragraph break.
SHIFT+ENTER Inserts a line break. TAB Inserts a tab

Insert a Hyperlink


The Hyperlink marks the document range as a hot spot in the document. It can be activated by clicking or pressing ENTER, to navigate the specified external URL, file or bookmark within the same document.

To create a new hyperlink, select a range to mark and click the Hyperlink button on the Links toolbar…


or select the Hyperlink item from the context menu (CTRL+K keyboard shortcut).


Insert a Bookmark


A Bookmark exposes a document range with a name. The range can have a zero length. The name should start with a letter and can include numbers.

To create a new bookmark, place the caret at the chosen location, or select the text to mark, and click the Bookmark button on the Links toolbar…


or choose the Bookmark… item from the context menu.

In the invoked Bookmark dialog, specify the bookmark name and click Add.

After you insert a bookmark in a document, you can insert a hyperlink to make a cross-reference to this bookmark.

Create, Edit and Deleting Comments


To create a new comment, click New Comment button of the Review section.


To delete a selected comment, comments of particular reviewers or all comments, use Delete dropdown list of the Review section.

To edit a comment, click within the comment’s body and start editing.

View Comments


To highlight comments in the document, click View comments button of the Review tab.


The Reviewers dropdown list allows an end-user select which reviewer comments to highlight in the document.


Document comments can also be displayed in the Reviewing Pane.

To display it, click the Reviewing Pane button of the Review tab.

Comments Overview


A comment is a note that can be added to a document. Comments make a document more understandable by providing additional context for the data it contains.

The comment is displayed in the Reviewing Pane or in a balloon that appears in the document margins.


Comments can be nested.

A nested comment does not relate to a text range, it is linked with its parent comment instead.

Removing Protection


You can unprotect a document, if you know the password for removing document protection.

Click the Unprotect Document button on the Protect section.


In the invoked Unprotect Document dialog, type the password.