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Press the Ctrl + Enter keys on your keyboard. Alternatively, click the Layout tab in the Ribbon and click the Breaks drop-down button. Then choose the Page option from the drop-down menu. To insert a section break that creates a new section in your document, click the Layout tab of the Ribbon.
Page Breaks. Page breaks are used to end a page without filling it with text. To make sure the title page of your thesis/dissertation is separate from the signature page, for example, insert a page break after the graduation date on the title page.
The most common use of page break is to start a new page without running out of space on current page. Microsoft Word, by default does not start a new page until you run out of space on current page.
The page breaks partition only the body text of the document, whereas the section breaks partition both the body text of the document, as well as partition page margins, headers and footers, page numbers, and the like. The different kinds of section breaks include next page, continuous, even page, and odd page breaks.
Click or tap in the document where you want a page break. Go to Insert > Page Break.
On the Page Layout tab, click on Breaks, and then under Section Breaks, click Next Page. This will insert the section break, and text following the section break will begin on a new page. If you want the text to continue on the same page, under Section Breaks, click Continuous.
Click on View > Show Invisibles, and you should be able to see the page breaks. Highlight one of them, just as if it were a typed character, then press the Delete key.
Page breaks can be removed by the delete and *forward delete* key, no? jurples, Click on View > Show Invisibles, and you should be able to see the page breaks. Highlight one of them, just as if it were a typed character, then press the Delete key.
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