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Looking Good (#6)


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 company document style guides require certain sections of a document to start on an odd or even page. For example, The Chicago Manual of Style recommends that new chapters start on odd-numbered pages. If some content must always start on an odd or even page, even if you re-paginate the document, use Breaks>Even Page or Breaks>Odd Page.

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