Or, you can try
You might consider using the "Find and Replace" dialog box to remove
manual page breaks.
1. Use CTRL+H to move focus into
the Replace page of the dialog box.
2. In the Find What edit box type a
caret followed by a small m. (The
caret is a shift on the number 6 and
be sure not to capitalize the m).
3. Tab to the replace edit box
but just leave it blank if you don't want to
replace the manual page breaks
with anything else.
4. If you want to keep any of the manual page
breaks then tab to the
Replace button and use spacebar. You can then
use the Next button to move
to the manual page breaks and remove one at a
time. Otherwise, tab to the
Replace all button and use spacebar.
5. Word will let you know how many manual page breaks it removed and
can press spacebar on the OK button. Press escape to get out of
Find & Replace.
Take care. Mike. Sent from my
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Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 11:38 AM
Subject: Re: Word 2010 page breaks
The easiest way to fix it is to go to the status bar with f6, and
change the view to draft. It won't affect your printed document, but
it makes the page transition go smoothly. Failing that, while on the
status bar tinker with the zoom setting. Either way, you should be