MS Word Help

Inserting and Removing Pages


Inserting a new blank page into an existing document:


Deleting/ removing a page or blank page:


PAGE Breaks


Inserting a new page break:

Word automatically inserts a page break at the end of each page when you create a document. You can manually add a page break somewhere else in your document. (You can always delete a page break that you have added but you can't remove one that Word automatically adds at the end of each page.) In addition, you can set up rules for Word so the automatic page breaks are placed where you want them. This is especially helpful if you are working in a long document.


Inserting a section break:

Use sections breaks to divide and format documents of all sizes. You can break down sections, for example, into parts or chapters, and add formatting such as columns, headers and footers, page borders, to each.


Removing a page break:

There are two types of page breaks in Word: breaks that Word automatically adds to mark the end of each page, and manual page breaks that you can add. You can delete manual page breaks. You can’t remove automatic page breaks, but you can adjust where they occur.




Basic page numbering:


Start page numbering later in your document:


Customizing page numbers for different sections:




Creating a Works Cited page:


Indents and Tabs

Indenting text adds structure to your document by allowing you to separate information. Using tabs gives you more control over the placement of text.



Tables can be used to organize any type of content, whether you're working with text or numerical data.


Repeating a table heading (row) on each page:


Aligning, Ordering and grouping objects


There may be times when your documents have multiple objects, such as pictures, shapes, and text boxes. You can arrange the objects any way you want by aligninggroupingordering, and rotating them in various ways.


HANGING INDENT, Widow and orphan control


Formatting hanging indent, widow and orphan control and eliminate the default extra line between paragraphs.




Creating a Table of Contents:


Applying and Modifying styles:


Additional information