As you make edits to a document, content can shift. Page breaks ensure that a specific piece of content will always begin on the next page. This quick tip shows how to add page breaks to a document.
(light music)…- [Instructor] Page breaks and section breaks…allow you to control the flow and layout of your document.…To move this text to the next page,…some people might place the cursor,…then hit the enter key on the keyboard until that text…moves down to the next page, but as you edit the…document later, that spacing will change.…Page breaks and section breaks will…give you much better results.…First, place the cursor, then go to the Layout ribbon.…
Under the Breaks menu, choose Page.…Everything after your cursor will be pushed to…the next page, even if you make more edits later.…Or, instead of a page break,…a section break will help you build a…table of contents for your documents later.…In the Breaks menu, under Section Breaks, choose Next Page.…This will start a new section on a new page.…This is also great for starting a new chapter.…
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- Drawing a table
- Adding page breaks
- Formatting text in a table
- Using section breaks to control column layouts
- Properly adding space between paragraphs
- Starting page numbering later in a document
- Recovering a document after a crash
- Including both portrait and landscape pages in a document
- Saving to Google Drive from within Word
- Editing PDF content in Word
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1. Word Quick Tips
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