Forcing Word Pages to Stay Static

I've got a word document that has 3 pages of information and then the last two pages is more of a legal notice and then a flyer. I've run into the issue that if there is enough information on those first 3 pages, it will bump down onto the 4th page and then will split the legal notice and flyer into separate pages. Is there a way I can set it in Word that if the 3rd page goes long, to start a new blank page and leave those final 2 pages alone? Thanks.
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Look at the paragraph settings, especially 'Keep with next' and 'Keep lines together'.

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itgolferAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much. That fixed it.
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