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I am little bit confused, whether the statement is true or false?  
A raised dot (·) shows where the ENTER key was pressed?
True
False
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A raised dot (·) shows where the ENTER key was pressed. Definition. false. Term. Each time the ENTER key is pressed, Word creates a new paragraph.
 
The above statement is False
 
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