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Click inside the paragraph in question. Choose Paragraph from the Format menu. Click the Line and Page Breaks tab. Select the Page Break Before option, and click OK.
To suggest a page break, add

before the beginning of a new printed page. For example, if you place the following tags on a HTML page and print it using a compatible browser, you will end-up with three pages with the sample text. This is the text for page #1.

4 Answers. dompdf takes care of paging automagically. If you want to force a page break you can do so by styling an element with page-break-before: always. or page-break-after: always. . and encapsulate every "page" in an element with this class.
Click or tap in the document where you want a page break. Go to Insert > Page Break.
You can create a new page at any time by pressing [Ctrl]+[Enter]. Or, click the Page Break option in the Pages group on the Insert tab. (Page Break is on the Insert menu in Word 2003.) Unfortunately, manual page breaks (also known as hard page breaks) cause trouble because they don't flow with the document's structure.
Click or tap in the document where you want a page break. Go to Insert > Page Break.
A forced page break is a command or function available in most word processors that commands the application to start a new page. Usually, this can be done by pressing Alt+Enter, by going to Insert > Break (or Page Break) in the program's menu bar.
Most Word processing programs, including Microsoft Word and OpenOffice, support the Ctrl+Enter shortcut key combination to insert a page break.
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