Insert Ribbon Review: Pages Group

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For extensive detailed instructions on using breaks in a document, see Sections 9 & 43 of the book or sign up for the Essentials course!

The Pages group* on the Insert ribbon is where to turn to instead of repeatedly hitting enter to start a new page. And it does more! Below you’ll find a roundup of posts explaining the best practices for using breaks specifically in an editorial production workflow. These posts build on top of the explanations and guides found in the multimedia guide to Editing In Word 365.

Also see the post about seeing these non-printing characters and the other about searching for them!

*The “Breaks” button in the Page Setup group on the Layout ribbon is far more powerful. Be sure to check out that roundup when it comes around.

Page breaks can be baked into any Style, so be sure to check out that roundup as well.

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