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<h1>Inserting Elements</h1>
<p>As you create a document, you apply structure by inserting
elements. You insert a new element into a Vex document by
positioning the caret at the desired position, clicking the right
mouse button, and selecting <b>Insert &gt;</b> <i>elementname</i>
from the context menu.</p>
<p>Vex is aware of the DTD that specifies the structure of your
document, and will not allow you to insert an element that violates
this structure. The list of elements that are available to insert
are therefore dependent on the current location of the caret.
Similarly, Vex will not allow you to enter text where it is not
permitted by the DTD.</p>
<p>If some content is selected when an element is inserted, the
selected content is placed within the inserted element. This is
handy when you have forgotten to apply an element, or when you wish
to rapidly enter text first and apply structure later.</p>
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