- 1 month ago
If you do not want to use ENTER in Word, then the alternative way is to
try typing Ctrl-M, which sends the same internal code as actually pressing
the Enter key. Another way is to Remap a key you don't use to Enter.
- 2 months ago
I had to suffer a computer with a broken ENTER key for about 2 years. Push CTRL + WIN + O on your keyboard all at the same time. That will enable On-Screen Keyboard. Rest is self-explanatory.
- 2 months ago
Is it some kind of new challenge? if it is keyboard enter that should be avoided then you can use virtual keyboard/symbol/copy paste enter.
If enter character is what you like sometimes people read word content programmatically and if it is your case, then change it with another character like semicolon or anything.Source(s): experience
- The_Doc_ManLv 72 months ago
Why do you not want to use ENTER in Word? Is it broken or were you seeking a special effect?
I believe that if you have the ribbon up, there is an "INSERT" option that lets you insert things including paragraph marks, line breaks, and such. Most of the Word dialogs allow you to click OK rather than require the ENTER key.
If that isn't what you meant, you need to clarify your intent.
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- keerokLv 72 months ago
That you can do after you satisfactorily complete how not to breathe.
- Michael MLv 62 months ago
If your enter key is broken, you can copy an "enter" from somewhere else and paste it in Word.
You could also use tabs or spaces to word wrap at the end of the line.
- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
Just keep typing. Word Warp will take you to the next line.
- ∅Lv 72 months ago
uhhh, just don't hit it?
what are you trying to do.