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To insert a manual page break, click into the document at the place you want the page break to occur, before an automatic break. Press the Ctrl + Enter keys on your keyboard. Alternatively, click the Layout tab in the Ribbon and click the Breaks drop-down button.
Click or tap in the document where you want a page break. Go to Insert > Page Break.
Place the cursor where you want to start a new page. Go to Insert > Pages > Page Break. Click on the Show/Hide symbol, which appears as a paragraph mark (¶) on the Home tab. Double-click the break you want to remove. Hit Delete.
To insert a manual page break, click into the document at the place you want the page break to occur, before an automatic break. Press the Ctrl + Enter keys on your keyboard. Alternatively, click the Layout tab in the Ribbon and click the Breaks drop-down button.
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.
When you fill a page with text or graphics, Word inserts an automatic page break and starts a new page. To force a page break at a specific location, you can insert a manual page break. A manual page break is a dotted line labeled Page Break.
A Page Break or hard page break is a code inserted by a software program (e.g., word processor) that tells the printer where to end the current page and begin the next.
Click or tap in the document where you want a page break. Go to Insert > Page Break.
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