Have you ever been in the middle of a presentation using Word and had the need to demonstrate something with text, so you typed in a bunch of garbage text? Alternatively, maybe you were preparing for a presentation and had to type in a bunch of verbiage to use for your presentation, knowing it could be anything, so you typed a bunch of paragraphs, taking time from preparing for your presentation to do so. Maybe you are a teacher, and you needed some text to show students some functionality that requires text to fully understand how the functionality works. It takes too long to come up with verbiage that makes sense, especially when your focus is somewhere else.
There is an easier way to add text to a document, and you get to decide how much text to add! Watch this video to see how to add text!
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