Inserting sections to organize a document


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Inserting sections to organize a document

Section breaks are used so that you can change the layout for a page or group of pages in your document. For example, if you separate the chapters in a book document, you can begin page numbering each chapter with the number one, or you might want to layout part of your document as columns, more than one column, two columns, or three columns, or you might want to create different headers and footers for different sections of your document. If we take a look at the Page Layout tab, under Breaks, we'll find different kinds of section breaks: a Next page break, a Continuous page break, and Even break, and an Odd break.

The Next page break inserts a section break and then starts the next section on a new page. So, this type of Section Break is especially useful for starting new chapters in a document. We actually want to do that right here because we have Part 3 of our handbook ending and want to have a break before Part 4. So, we're going to insert a Next page break, and now Part 4 b...

Inserting sections to organize a document
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Inserting sections to organize a document provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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