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Q: 4. Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT _____. (Points : 2) to insert a blank line into a document when the insertion point reaches the right margin
to begin a new paragraph in response to prompts in Word dialog boxes
A: Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT: when the insertion point reaches the right margin.
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User: 4. Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT _____. (Points : 2) to insert a blank line into a document when the insertion point reaches the right margin to begin a new paragraph in response to prompts in Word dialog boxes

Weegy: The answer is to insert a blank line into a document
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Press the ENTER key in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT: when the insertion point reaches the right margin.
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