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Word 2007: Working with Multiple Page Documents

Word 2007: Working with Multiple Page Documents

Having documents that contain more than one page are a common occurrence when using Microsoft Word. And, being able to control where one page ends and the next begins is very important.

Figure 15. Pages Group

The first step to gaining control of where your pages stop and start is to start using the Pages group on the Insert tab. In this group, you’ll find commands for inserting Page Breaks and a Blank Page.

Inserting A Page Break Using the Ribbon

     
  1.    Position your cursor on a blank line located exactly where you want one page to end and another to begin
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  3.      Click the Page Break command in the Pages group on the Insert tab

Inserting A Page Break Using the Keyboard

1.       Position your cursor on a blank line located exactly where you want one page to end and another to begin

2.       Press [CTRL]+[ENTER]

Inserting A Blank Page Using the Ribbon

     
  1.    Position your cursor on a blank line located exactly where you want one page to end and the new blank page to begin
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  3.   Click the Blank Page command in the Pages group on the Insert tab