cursorcur‧sor /ˈkɜːsə $ ˈkɜːrsər/ ●●○ noun [countable]TDa mark that can be moved around a computerscreen to show where you are working
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cursor• All other textediting and filecommands are made with an activecursor in the Command Area.• These people supposedly cherishedcursorkeys and took deepoffense at their absence on Macintosh.• These movements are directly converted to movements of the screen cursor, or pointer as it is ten called.• So to search the entiredocument, first move the cursor to either its start or end.• To check how much a paragraph is inset move the cursor into that paragraph and look at the ruler line.• PressEnter twice to place the cursor on the Type of Forms option. 7.• Place the cursor at the start of the first row, on the S in Stanley C.. Arkin. 2.• Make sure that your cursor is in the sumcolumn of the answertable, and choose the option ImageGraph Viewgraph.From Longman Business Dictionarycursorcur‧sor /ˈkɜːsəˈkɜːrsər/ noun [countable]COMPUTINGa small mark or light that can be moved around a computer screen to show where you are workingMove the cursor onto the character you want to remove.