use Insert and Overwrite mode method one:
Step one: Create a new word page and enter some text at random.
Step two: Now we're going to replace the words "word" in the first line of parentheses with "Office software." In the normal case, it is to delete the word words first, and then enter the "Office software" several words. Now we use the word2013 mode, press the INSERT key on the keyboard and put the cursor before word. Then enter "Office software."
Step three: This completes the text replacement, no use to delete the key.
Use Insert and Overwrite mode method two:
Step one: View the input status. The Word2013 status bar does not display insert and overwrite status, you can right-click on the status bar, and then select Overwrite.
Step two: This time the status bar shows the input status. The following illustration shows the insert state.
Step three: In the Insert State, place the cursor where you want to insert it, enter the text, and the text behind the insertion point moves backwards. Now look at the insertion before and after.
Step four: Toggle state: You can click Insert in the status bar to change to overwrite. The overwrite status is shown in the following illustration.
Description: When overwriting state, you can click the status bar "overwrite" to change to "insert".
Step five: In the overwrite state, place the cursor where you want to overwrite, enter the rewrite text, and replace the text after the rewrite point. Now look at the situation before and after rewriting.
Step Six: Note: Toggle state can also use shortcut keys. Press the Insert key on the keyboard to toggle.