Keeping Words, Lines and Paragraphs Together

Learn how to use Word features to keep Words, Lines and Paragraphs together to create a more professional looking document.

When working on documents, Word automatically decides where to split words, lines and paragraphs.  Many times, the default can cause the look of your document to change.  It can also interfere with the emphasis of what you are writing by splitting hyphenated words or splitting key points.  It is always a best practice to use Word’s features instead of manually manipulating your document.  Below are the step by step instructions for keeping words, lines and paragraphs together in word using Word features.  Continue reading “Keeping Words, Lines and Paragraphs Together”

Working with Page Breaks

Learn about Working with Page Breaks and the options available.

Page Breaks allow you to control how and where you data breaks across pages, whether you are setting manual breaks or setting options for pagination.  Below are the step by step instructions for working with page breaks. Continue reading “Working with Page Breaks”