Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Working with Pages
mouse pointer up and down the page tabs bar. As you do so, you’ll see a small new-page
icon and a small black arrow alongside the page tabs bar. When that arrow points to the
location where you want to add the new page, as shown here, click the page icon.
Navigating on a page is a straightforward process, with one twist. Although every page
has a paper size assigned to it for printing purposes, pages aren’t restricted to a fixed size;
instead, they expand as needed, in both width and depth, to it the content you add. If you
plan to add a significant amount of new content in a specific location, you can manually
add space to a page. Click the Insert Space button at the left of the Insert tab, and then
move the mouse pointer over the page. As you move up or down, the pointer changes to a
two-headed arrow. When you reach the spot where you want to add space, click and drag
in the direction you want. A large blue arrow, similar to the one in Figure 15-11, shows you
the dimensions of the new space you’re about to add, with a ghosted image of any existing
note containers appearing in their new position.
You can also use the Insert Space button to add space at the left side of a page (click in the
left margin and drag to the right) or to remove unwanted white space from a page (click
and drag up or drag from the right margin to the left).
When editing a page, you can use any of the following shortcuts:
To scroll up or down in the current page, press Page Up or Page Down.
To move to the top of the current page, press Ctrl+Home. To move to the bottom of
the note container that’s lowest on the page, press Ctrl+End.
To move down the page, from one note container to the next, press Alt+Down Arrow.
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