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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

Page breaks allow you to create a new page anywhere in the document. If your document uses columns, inserting a Column break forces the text after the break to the next column. Insert Page and Column breaks as one of the last formatting steps. Start from the top of the document and work your way down.

 

Garrett Ellison