The page break that Word inserts automatically is a soft page break. A page break that you insert is a hard page break. Insert a page break with the Page Break button in the Pages group in the Insert tab or by pressing Ctrl + Enter.
Insert a blank page in a document by clicking the Blank Page button in the Pages group in the Insert tab.
Insert a predesigned and formatted cover page by clicking the Cover Page button in the Pages group in the Insert tab and then clicking the desired option at the drop-down list.
Insert predesigned and formatted page numbering by clicking the Page Number button in the Header & Footer group in the Insert tab, specifying the desired location of the page numbers, and then clicking the desired page numbering option.
Text that appears at the top of every page is called a header; text that appears at the bottom of every page is called a footer.
You can insert predesigned headers and footers in a document with the Header button and the Footer button in the Header & Footer group in the Insert tab.
A header or footer displays in Print Layout view but will not display in Draft view.
You can remove or edit predesigned headers and footers.
Use the Find feature to search for specific characters or formatting. Use the Find and Replace feature to search for specific characters or formatting and replace the items found with other characters or formatting.
At the Find and Replace dialog box, click the Find Next button to find the next occurrence of specific characters or formatting. Click the Replace button to replace the characters or formatting and find the next occurrence; or click the Replace All button to replace all occurrences of the characters or formatting.
Click the More button at the Find and Replace dialog box to display additional options for completing a search.
Use the Click and Type feature to center, right-align, and left-align text.
Vertically align text in a document with the Vertical alignment option at the Page Setup dialog box with the Layout tab selected.
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