Keystrokes for moving the cursor within an equation

Word 2003
You can move the cursor around in an equation by using the keystrokes.

Positioning the insertion point in an equation using keys

Tab  To the end of the current slot or to the next logical slot

Shift+Tab  To the end of the preceding slot

Right-arrow key  Right one unit in the current slot

Left-arrow key  Left one unit in the current slot

Up-arrow key  Up one line

Down-arrow key  Down one line

Home  To the beginning of the current slot

End  To the end of the current slot

Note: To insert a tab character in a slot, press Ctrl+Tab.

Aligning an equation using keys

Left Ctrl+Shift+L

Center Ctrl+Shift+C

Right Ctrl+Shift+R

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