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Chapter 5. Adding shape and style > Creating Multiple Sections

Creating Multiple Sections

A document can contain multiple sections, each of which can have different page-setup attributes: different margins, page numbering, and headers and footers. A new document contains only one section until you insert a section break. Then you can page-format the new section independently. See Table 5.2 for all the section-break options.

To create multiple sections:

1.
Place the insertion point where you want the new section to begin (Figure 5.5).

Figure 5.5. Place the insertion point where you want the section break.


2.
Select Insert > Break, then select one of the section-break choices from the submenu (Figure 5.6).

Figure 5.6. Select one of the section-break choice from the insert > Break submenu.


Word inserts a double dotted line marked with the text "Section Break" (Figure 5.7).

Figure 5.7. The section break appears at the insertion point.



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