Page Break

Page Break

A page break is a tool used in documents to separate content into different pages, making it easier to read and organize.

Inserting a Page Break

1. Go to the top left of the chapter editor and find the Insert menu.



2. Choose Insert Page Break from the options. This will put a page break where your cursor is in the chapter.




Removing a Page Break

1. Find the page break in your chapter. It looks like a line separating parts of the text.



2. Click on this line. A message will ask if you're sure you want to remove the page break.





3. Click Remove Page Break to remove the page break from your chapter.
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