The toolbar contains various functions for inserting frames, graphics, tables, and other objects.
You can select the following functions:
Inserts a text section at the cursor position in the document. You can also select a block of text and then choose this command to create a section. You can use sections to insert blocks of text from other documents, to apply custom column layouts, or to protect or to hide blocks of text if a condition is met.
Draws a frame where you drag in the document. Click the arrow next to the icon to select the number of columns for the frame.
|Insert Frame Manually|
Inserts a footnote or an endnote in the document. The anchor for the note is inserted at the current cursor position. You can choose between automatic numbering or a custom symbol.
|Insert Footnote Directly|
Footnotes are inserted at the end of a page, and endnotes are inserted at the end of a document.
|Insert Endnote Directly|
Inserts a note at the current cursor position.
Inserts the contents of another document into the current document at the cursor position.
Creates, edits, or inserts AutoText. You can store formatted text, text with graphics, tables, and fields as AutoText. To quickly insert AutoText, type the shortcut for the AutoText in your document, and then press F3.
Allows a user to insert characters from the range of symbols found in the installed fonts.
Inserts a field at the current cursor position.
The Controls icon opens a toolbar with the tools that you need to create an interactive form.
Inserts a video or audio file into your document.
|Audio or Video|
Inserts a formula into the current document.
Inserts an OLE object into the current document. The OLE object is inserted as a link or an embedded object.
Inserts an index or a table of contents at the current cursor position.
Marks the selected text as index or table of contents entry.