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Controlling Page Breaks

As you know, if you’ve created documents of any length, Word automatically adds page breaks at the appropriate points to indicate page divisions and show you how printed pages will look. In Print Layout and Reading views, an automatic page break looks truly like a break between pages—you can see where one page ends and another begins. In Normal view, page breaks appear as dotted lines. Often, instances arise when you might want to add page breaks manually. In Word, you can easily add manual breaks to control pages, sections, and columns.

Adding Manual Page Breaks

In some cases, you might want to enter your own page break to control where data is positioned on the page. For example, you might want to insert a manual page break in the following instances:


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