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"Sectioning" in MS Word

Posted on 2013-12-02
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Writing a legal brief...  Is there a VERY SIMPLE way to make it so that each major section starts at the top of the page?
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Dan Craciun earned 250 total points
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Yup. Insert a section break-Next page.
Section breaks in WordHTH,
Dan
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by:Paul Sauvé
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If the section breaks are already in the document...

Page Layout tab -> Page Setup -> Layout -> Section Start
ALL the existing sections in your document will start on a new page!
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Thank you!
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