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12.2: Pages Group

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    The Pages Group contains features to insert a Cover Page, Blank Page, or a Page Break to your document. Clicking on Cover Page will launch a drop-down menu allowing the user to choose from a variety of cover page templates to place as the first page or cover page of the text. After the templates are selected, the user must enter text into the appropriate fields. The Blank Page command inserts twopage breaks, one above and one below the cursor’s current position. The user selects to insert a Blank Page break when they want to ensure one entire page of space between paragraphs. Finally, the Page Break command inserts a Page Break just after the insertion point. A Keyboard shortcut for a Page Break is Ctrl + Enter. The Page Break command is used to ensure the next text after the insertion point is on a new page.

    This page titled 12.2: Pages Group is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer (Minnesota State Opendora) .

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