TIPS AND TRICKS

Keep it Together in Word

We know it’s always better to keep headings with the text that follows it, or to keep bulleted or numbered lists together. But when you need to put in page breaks in Word, follow these simple steps to make sure you can still keep pertinent text together:

  • Select the paragraph(s) you want to keep together. If it's only one paragraph, put your cursor anywhere in it instead of highlighting the whole paragraph.
  • Go to the Format Menu and click Paragraph.
  • Click on the Line and Page Breaks tab, and select Keep Lines Together.

Togetherness is a great thing, especially if it results in beautifully formatted documents!

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