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Insert new page in MIDDLE of text document [closed]

asked 2012-04-13 03:46:57 +0100

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Earlier I asked how do I insert a new page in a text document. I was told of Insert -> Manual Break-> Page Break->Style. This ended up inserting a page at the END of my document. How do I insert a page in the MIDDLE of my document?

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answered 2012-04-13 04:31:25 +0100

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Those instructions should create the page break wherever your insertion point (flashing bar) is currently located. This starts a new page. Doing it a second time will create an entire, blank new page in your document.

The same thing can be achieved with Ctrl-enter (Cmd-enter for macs).

You do realise that you can position your insertion point anywhere in your document and just start typing to insert new text or insert a picture or anything else, right? Apologies if this is too basic, but I have known people who didn't realise this.

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