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Looking Good (#4)


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.

Some documents require dramatic formatting changes from one page to the next. If the next page of your document will change such formatting as page borders, line numbers, or page orientation, precede that page with the Break>Next Page command.

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