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Insert section breaks

Section breaks allow you to apply different layouts or formatting styles to a certain part of your document. For example, you can use individual headers and footers, page numbering, footnotes format, margins, size, orientation, or column number for each separate section.

Note: an inserted section break defines formatting of the preceding part of the document.

To insert a section break at the current cursor position:

  1. click the Breaks icon Breaks icon on the Insert or Layout tab of the top toolbar,
  2. select the Insert Section Break submenu
  3. select the necessary section break type:
    • Next Page - to start a new section from the next page
    • Continuous Page - to start a new section on the current page
    • Even Page - to start a new section from the next even page
    • Odd Page - to start a new section from the next odd page

The added section breaks are indicated in your document with a double dotted line: Section break

If you do not see the inserted section breaks, click the Nonprinting Characters icon icon on the Home tab of the top toolbar to display them.

To remove a section break, select it with the mouse and press the Delete key. Since a section break defines formatting of the previous section, when you remove a section break, this section formatting will also be deleted. When you delete a section break, the text before and after the break is combined into one section. The new combined section will use the formatting from the section that followed the section break.

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