Learn step-by-step on how to add or remove
a page break in your document in Microsoft Word 2007. Also learn how to handle
these different breaks that you can add to your documents.
Microsoft Word 2007 | Page Break
Insert a Page Break
Word gives you another page so you can keep going
when you fill up one page. But what if you're impatient and
want to start a new page right away.
Whatever you do, don't press
Enter over and over until you fill up the page. Instead,
create a page break.
A page break is another way of saying you
want to insert a next page into your document in Word.
create a page break, follow these steps:
||Place the cursor at the position where the page break should
(Make sure that it is on a new line.)
CTRL + ENTER
the Insert Ribbon Tab and then from the Pages group click on Page Break.
Your Page Break button will
look differently, depending of the size of your window.
Print Layout view, you can tell where you inserted a page break,
where Word shows the two pages that are physically divided.
A page break in Print Layout View.
To delete a page break, place the cursor at the beginning of the next
page and press backspace.
Q: How do I
know in which view my document currently is?
the View Ribbon tab.
The view that is selected is the yellow highlighted one.
As the example above shows, the
view is currently on Print Layout.
You can also click on one of the Views buttons in the
lower-left corner of the screen to change the view.
located at the bottom-right corner of the
Microsoft Word 2007
- On-screen elements
- Save a file
- Open a file
- Rename a file
- Delete a file
- Format Painter
- Font Attributes
- Font Dialog Box
- Highlight text
- Character Spacing
- Line Spacing
- Change Case
- Borders & Shading
- Download Borders
- Page Break
- Section Break
- Page Number
- Vertical Alignment
- Paper Size
- Print Preview
- Spelling & Grammar