Word automatically inserts page breaks when a new page needs to be started, based on the page set-up definitions. In Print Layout view, a page breaks look like spaces between two sheets of paper. Alternatively, page breaks may be inserted at user-defined points. This is called a forced page break and it is designed to override Word's automatic page break feature.
Now that all of the content is in our report, we can see that the list of sources is not contained on a single page. We will insert a forced page break so that the entire list is on the third page of the report.
NOTE: Forced page breaks are only visible when the Show/Hide Formatting tool is active.
Step 1. To see the list of sources,
Step 2. To position the cursor,
Click before the "S" in "Sources"
Step 3. To insert a forced page break, press:
NOTE: Page breaks can also be inserted by using the Page Break button in the Pages group on the Insert command tab.
NOTE: To remove a forced page break, simply place the cursor after the break and press: Backspace.
Step 4. Save the document.