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Re: Page Breaks

 
 
Peter T. Daniels
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      13th Aug 2012
Aha! Another possibility!

There's hardly any reason to use Draft view any more, except
specifically to see the location of section breaks.

On Aug 12, 7:41*pm, Venky62 <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> When you enter a page break, all the text matter below the break shifts
> to a new page. But this will not be visible in the draft view or outline
> view. Go to print layout view by using the shortcut:Ctrl+Alt+P
>
> In draft and outline view, it appears only as a dotted line
>
> Jeffrey Woolf;493058 Wrote:
>
> > I use Word 2010 I would like to set the page breaks so that there is
> > spacing between the pages (not simply a line, as at present).

>
> > How do I do that.

 
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