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If you create white papers, research papers, newsletters, or other documents that are judged by their appearance as well as their content, you need to know about Word's breaks and styles.
One of the least-liked features in Word is the Section Break. Just when you think your document is perfect, you press the Delete or Backspace key and your beautifully formatted pages suddenly resemble a cut-and-pasted ransom note. The cause? Probably a deleted section break. In Word, this break acts like a drain stopper in a sink. It prevents page formatting--like columns, borders, and page orientation--from leaking into other parts of your document and causing havoc.
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