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My work requires I type many continuous pages of a document. When I must insert a manual page break to alert my superiors of the break, I can't get the break to show on the screen. I've spent hours on HELP "solutions" and tutorials but can't find how to make the page break show. Any ideas?

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  • judeimo Sep 10, 2008

    This doesn't work on MS Word 2007. When I go to View, there is no "normal," only Print layout, full screen, web layout, outline, draft.



    When I go to the paragraph tab and click show/hide, it shows all formatting marks.



    The old MS Word allowed you to Control+Enter, a page-break line appeared, and I could continue typing.



    I've followed MS Word 2007 help instructions, but when I follow their instruction to go to INSERT - Page Break, it automatically goes to the next page (which my supervisor doesn't want); and I can't see the invisible mark to delete it.



    Give it another try, please. It could save my sanity....and hours.

  • judeimo Sep 10, 2008

    Hey, that did it. Thanks so much. I was not looking at the Draft view. So now I click on page break, a line appears, I continue typing on the next page. That FIXED IT. Ever so many thanks.

  • judeimo Sep 13, 2008

    The previous responder resolved the problem. My version is MS Word for Home. Thanks for taking time to respond.

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You can go to View/Normal view, or you can press the Paragraph button (Show/Hide Paragraph). Both ways you'll get the Page break shown on screen

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  • Petar Paskov Sep 10, 2008

    Sorry, at first I didn't see that it's Word 2007...

    Anyway - in that version of Word you should be able to see the page break line if you go to View / Draft, and then you could continue typing. This works for me - I can see the page break mark, and continue typing right there below the line.

  • Petar Paskov Sep 10, 2008

    No problem :)
    You can ask me whenever you have a problem with Office, and if I can I'll answer.
    Bye!


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