Breaks

In MS Word line and page breaks give you more control over how text flows. When using Word column breaks are also useful.

Challenge!

  1. Open an existing Word document. If you want, you can use our practice document.
  2. Insert a page break somewhere in the document. If you're using the example, insert a page break to move the Clients Overview section to the next page.
  3. Insert a section break in the document. If you're using the example, insert a Next Page section break to move the Updated Chain of Command section to the next page. Try changing the formatting of paragraph in that section.
  4. Show the breaks using the Show/Hide command.
  5. Delete a break. If you're using the example, delete the page break after the fourth paragraph on page 1 of the document to move the two paragraphs on page 2 onto page 1.