MS Access 2010 - page break between records

This is driving me nuts. I've configured this setting numerous times, and now I can't find it. I have a big report with approximately 20 fields per record. Each record fills up roughly 1.5 pages on the report. I want the report to include a page break between records. The report has a page header and a detail section. If I apply a Force New Page setting to the detail section, it creates a page break between the page header and the detail section, which I don't want. I could have sworn there was a property on the report as a whole that simply created a break between records.
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In the Force New Page property, be sure to select "After Section"

You need to a add a group section.  The break logic goes there.
Helen FeddemaCommented:
Breaks in Access reports can be troublesome, because the properties are all over the place.  Here is a summary of where you can find them:

Report property sheet
Grp Keep Together

Detail Section
Keep Together
Force New Page

Group Header
Keep Together
Force New Page

Group Footer
Keep Together
Force New Page

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jdanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the terrific answers.
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