Is there a macro action that will sense when the cursor is at the beginning of a line? I want to set up a macro that will down arrow (from its current location at the end of the first line) until the cursor reaches the beginning of a line, and then execute another macro.
Here is one of the blocks of text I want to format:
If you KNOW that you are at the end of a line (paragraph actually), then a simple Type Keystroke of [RIGHT ARROW] will work.
But rather than rely on being at the end of a paragraph, I always make sure by using [OPT] [DOWN ARROW]. You could then follow this with [RIGHT ARROW].
Note that there is a difference between “line” commands and “paragraph” commands.
“Line” commands position the cursor at the beginning or end of a line as it is currently word-wrapped.
“Paragraph” commands position the cursor at the beginning or end of the paragraph, and defined by [RETURN} or [END OF LINE] characters.