Keeping text together through page breaks


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Keeping text together through page breaks

As soon as your document has more than a page worth of text, you'll need to be attentive for how your document breaks across pages. For example, here we have a document where the heading and the text are separated by a page break. We'll deal with the issues around formatting for pages in the Paragraph dialog box here in Word 2010. We have, at the bottom of page 1, PROBATIONARY PERIOD FOR NEW EMPLOYEES, the heading, and we want to read more, but we need to go to a new page to read it. That's a problem.

I'm going to close up the space between the pages by simply pointing to the white space and double-clicking. You can undo that by clicking again, but that will make it easier to look at and work with this selection of text. So I wonder why the page broke right where it did. I'm going to click the Dialog Box Launcher in the Paragraph group. And you'll notice on the Line and Page Breaks tab that there is a setting that is turned on. The Widow/Orphan control check box is...

Keeping text together through page breaks
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Keeping text together through page breaks 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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Word
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