Entering and Editing Text
A special Word 97/2000 feature called the Spike lets you make many cuts and then paste all of them at once — a handy feature if you want to move items that are not next to one another. Here's how:
Select the first item you want to move, then press Ctrl+F3 to cut that item and store it in the Spike.
Go to the next item you want to move and repeat Step 1. Repeat this step for every other item you want to move.
Click the location where you want to paste all these items.
Do one of the following:
To paste the contents of the Spike and empty the Spike (so you can add a new set of items to it), press Ctrl+Shift+F3.
To paste the contents of the Spike without emptying the Spike (so you can use the items there again, or add to them), select AutoText from the Insert menu, then AutoText from the submenu. In the Enter AutoText Entries Here list box, select Spike, then click Insert.