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You need to define a page style with one-column. Then insert a manual page break by Insert > Manual Break, for example, and select this one-column page style there. After the one-column part you have to insert a manual page break again, and switch back to the two-column page style.

You might find it easier to work the other way round. Set the page style to one-column and put the two-column parts into sections.

I assume, that the two-columns are defined in the page style.

You need to define a page style with one-column. Then insert a manual page break by Insert > Manual Break, for example, and select this one-column page style there. After the one-column part you have to insert a manual page break again, and switch back to the two-column page style.

You might find it easier to work the other way round. Set the page style to one-column and put the two-column parts into sections.