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Word 2010 Page Breaks Appear Different

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Hard page breaks used to appear like this...
Page Break 1They now no longer appear...
Page Break 2Somehow, I inadvertently configured Word to hide the hard page break (in Draft view). How do I get the visible page break back?
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Use the Show/Hide button with the pilcrow symbol (¶) on the Home tab to toggle the formatting symbols on and off.
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I withdraw my previous advice. It does not apply to the Draft View, which is unaffected by the Show/Hide setting.
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