Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Line and page break controls
The Multilevel list button to the right of the Numbering button in the Paragraph group of
the Home tab enables you to create an outline-style multilevel list. Its default format uses
1. (level 1), a. (level 2), i (level 3) style academic formatting, but it too offers a gallery of
other formal and informal styles. Use Tab or Shift+Tab at the beginnings of lines to build
the multilevel outline.
Line and page break controls
Figure 6.17 shows the Line and Page Breaks tab of the Paragraph dialog box, which offers
additional paragraph-level formatting controls. Some of the settings found here are
particularly useful for long documents with abundant headings, because they enable you
to control what text stays together without the need for you to insert manual page breaks
that you’d have to remove or move later if you edit the document.
Control how paragraphs behave around page breaks here.
To set Line and Page Breaks options:
1. Select the paragraphs to change.
2. Click the dialog box launcher in the Paragraph group of the Home tab. The
Paragraph dialog box opens with its Indents and Spacing tab selected.
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