The Insert menu contains commands for inserting new elements in your document. This includes images, media, charts, objects from other applications, hyperlink, comments, symbols, footnotes, and sections.
Inserts a manual page break at the current cursor position and places the cursor at the beginning of the next page.
Submenu with additional row, column, and page breaks
Inserts a chart based on data from a cell or table range or with default data.
The submenu presents various sources that an image, audio or video can be insert from.
Inserts an embedded object into your document, including formulas, 3D models, charts and OLE objects.
This submenu contains common shapes like a line, circle, triangle, and square, or a symbol shape like a smiley face, heart, and flower that can be inserted into the document.
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.
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This submenu contains both interactive and non-interactive means of inserting a frame.
Opens the Fontwork dialog from which you can insert styled text not possible through standard font formatting into your document.
Inserts a bookmark at the cursor position. You can then use the Navigator to quickly jump to the marked location at a later time. In an HTML document, bookmarks are converted to anchors that you can jump to from a hyperlink.
Opens a submenu to insert special formatting marks like non-breaking space, soft hyphen, and optional break.
Inserts a horizontal line at the current cursor position.
The menu contains commands to insert a footnote or endnote with or without additional user interaction.
Opens a menu to insert an index or bibliography entry, as well as inserting a table of contents, index, and or bibliography.
Inserts the current page number as a field at the cursor position. The default setting is for it to use the Page Number character style.
The submenu lists the most common field types that can be inserted into a document at the current cursor position. To view all of the available fields, choose More Fields.
This submenu includes commands to add and remove page headers and footers.
Insert a graphic box representing a signature line of the document.