As you type, Microsoft Word wraps content to the next line when you reach the right margin. In the same way, Word automatically knows when to start a new page. Now, you probably know that you can force a new page by pressing Ctrl+Enter; this is called a hard page break, and you should avoid them when possible. The truth is, you seldom need to force a page break even when you need content to start on the next page before filling the previous page. In most cases, you can change a style instead. In this article, I’ll show you one way to avoid a forced page break by changing a style.
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