Re: Turn Off Automatic Page Breaks in Microsoft Word
Lisle, Ted (CHFS DMS)
Look at your widows and orphans setting in Word. There should be a way to insure that at least two lines go on a new page.
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Try putting your manual break at the end of the last line on the previous page.
Hi, it's Annabelle.
Is there a way for me to turn off, or at least override automatic page breaks in Microsoft Word? In this document I have, there's an automatic page break to page 5, with no text on that line, then I inserted a manual page break, where it was supposed to be page 5, but Microsoft Word automatically put it as page 6. I have Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003.