Insert Manual Break

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Inserts a manual line break, column break or a page break at the current cursor position.

Choose Insert - Manual Break

Type

Select the type of break that you want to insert.

Line Break

Ends the current line, and moves the text found to the right of the cursor to the next line, without creating a new paragraph.

Tip.png You can also insert a line break by pressing Shift+Enter.

Column Break

Inserts a manual column break (in a multiple column layout), and moves the text found to the right of the cursor to the beginning of the next column. A manual column break is indicated by a nonprinting border at the top of the new column.

Page Break

Inserts a manual page break, and moves the text found to the right of the cursor to the beginning of the next page. The inserted page break is indicated by a nonprinting border at the top of the new page.

Tip.png You can also insert a page break by pressing Ctrl+Enter. However, if you want to assign the following page a different Page Style, you must use the menu command to insert the manual page break.

Style

Select the page style for the page that follows the manual page break.

Change page number

Assigns the page number that you specify to the page that follows the manual page break. This option is only available if you assign a different page style to the page that follows manual page break.

Page number

Enter the new page number for the page that follows the manual page break.

Note.png To display manual breaks, choose View - Nonprinting Characters.

Related Topics

Inserting and Deleting Page Breaks