- When you start typing into a document, the
text normally starts at the top-left of the page and as you type more words
they are displayed on the line moving towards the right of the page. When the words you are typing reach the right
side of the screen they automatically drop down to the next line. If you continue typing you eventually fill
that page, at which point Microsoft Word automatically moves on to the next
page. These automatic page breaks that
are inserted by Microsoft Word are called 'soft' page breaks. Sometimes you wish to force Microsoft Word to
leave a blank area displayed at the bottom of one page and the next text to be
displayed on a new page. To do this you
need to insert a manual page break (sometimes called a hard page break).
- Insert a few page breaks into your
document. To do this click at the point
you wish to insert the page break and then press Ctrl+Enter.
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