Insert and Remove Manual Page Break in Word 2013

Hi, This is a guide for Insert and Remove Manual Page Break in Word. Page breaks indicate starting of new page and end of the current page in active document. When you are preparing a large document like any book, thesis etc. you need to insert page break in active document. To insert a page break at any particular place, you can easily add a manual page break. When your page is fulfil with any kind of text, shapes or image in active document then, Microsoft Word automatically insert a page-break and begins a new page.

Types of Page Break:

1. Automatic / Soft page breaks
2. Manual/ Hard page breaks For example, if you want to insert a manual page break in active document to start a new title from new page then you have to follow given instructions:

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How to Insert a Page Break

Step 1. Open the document in which you want to insert a manual page break, then set the location of insertion point or cursor where you want to insert a manual page break.

Step 2. Click the Page Break button on the Insert Tab in Ribbon bar or, Press the keystroke combination Ctrl + Enter/ Ctrl + Return   or, you can also click on the Page Layout tab -> Select “Breaks” option -> click on the “Page” option

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Click Page Layout tab -> Breaks -> Page option

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 How to Remove a Page Break

If you want to remove any manual page break from active document in MS Word then you have to take these given steps:

Step 1. Click the Show/Hide button on the Home Ribbon or you can also press Ctrl+ Shift + * short-key combination to reveal the Page Break code.

Step 2. Select the Page Break code.

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Step 3. Press the Delete key.

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