Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Controlling Line and Page Breaks
2. Double-click a dimmed tab marker (or press Alt+O+T) to display the Tabs dialog
box.
3. Click Clear All, click OK, and then click the horizontal ruler to define tab settings
that will apply to the entire selection.
Controlling Line and Page Breaks
In Chapter 5, “Customizing Page Setup and Controlling Pagination,” you learned about
working with pages and sections, and you discovered that Word 2010 can help you keep
important paragraphs and lists together on the same page. You control these types of
paragraph considerations using the Line And Page Breaks tab in the Paragraph dialog box,
shown in Figure 11-8.
Figure 11-8 Use the Line And Page Breaks tab of the Paragraph dialog box to instruct Word to
keep specific paragraphs together on a page.
To apply the line and page break settings, select the text you want to format, display the
Line And Page Breaks tab, and then select the appropriate check boxes. The following line
and page break options are available:
Widow/Orphan Control Ensures that the last line of a paragraph doesn’t appear
by itself at the top of a new page (a widow) or that the first line of a paragraph
doesn’t appear by itself at the bottom of a page (an orphan). Widow/Orphan
Control is selected by default.
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