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Chapter 5. Editing a Document > Working with Pages

Working with Pages

Before you print your document, be sure that it's paginated correctly. You don't want a page to break right below a title, for example, and you may not want certain paragraphs separated on two pages. You can let Word manage page breaks for you, or you can control them yourself.

Repaginating a Document

By default, Word repaginates whenever you make a change in your document. Word calculates how much text fits into a page and inserts a soft page break, which appears as a dotted line in Normal view or as the end of a page in Page Layout view. This feature is called background repagination. You can have Word repaginate for you, or you can repaginate manually with a command.


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