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    what is hard page break?

    what is hard page break on a computer?


     

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    This page describes the term insertion point and lists other pages on the Web where you can find additional information.


    A page break is a marker in an electronic document that tells the document interpreter that the content which follows is part of a new page


    Computer dictionary definition for what soft page break means including related links, information, and terms.
    (split cells) To turn one cell into two cells in a table. Splitting cells is the opposite of merging cells. (See also merge cells.).

    The following tutorial explains two simple methods used to insert a hard page break into a Word document.


    When using Word to type a document, one may encounter instances when a page break is needed before Word automatically inserts one. For example, Word will end a page with just one line of a new paragraph instead of beginning the new paragraph on the following page. This will result in a document that is less than professional-looking.


    To stop this, insert a hard page break. The hard page break immediately starts the next page in a document.


    The shortcut is as follows: CTRL+ENTER


    If you do not prefer to use the shortcut, enter the following:


    1. Click on the


    Insert Menu.


    2. Select


    Break.


    3. Select the type of break desired (if available).


    4. Click


    OK.
    Some early versions of Word do not include the different types of hard page breaks

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