What happens when you insert an AutoShape by simply clicking in the document?

  • it appears near the insertion point
  • it is inserted in its default size
  • Is selected
  • All of the above

All of the above

By just clicking, we may add an AutoShape to a Microsoft Word document. It will appear near to where your cursor is. Depending on the type of AutoShape and the size parameters in the software, the shape's default size will apply. Additionally, the AutoShape will be selected, allowing us to start modifying it right away by moving it to a different location or enlarging or contracting it.

We can click and drag the AutoShape to any desired location within the page. We  can click and drag the handles on its sides and corners to resize it. This will allow us to change the size of the shape to exactly what we need.

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