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Subject:Re: Microsoft Word section/next page breaks From:Howard Kaikow <kaikow -at- STANDARDS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 8 Jul 1996 10:49:41 GMT
One of the free macros that Microsoft distributes with Word is
sectionmanager. It is in layout.dot for Word 6 and layout7.dot for Word
7, in the Macros directory under your Winword directory.
That might do what you want.
In article <960705131408_428089145 -at- emout16 -dot- mail -dot- aol -dot- com>,
<JWarner312 -at- aol -dot- com> wrote:
>A colleage and I are working on a document that will need lots of section
>breaks that begin a new page. We know that we can click on Insert, Break,
>the "Next page" radio button under "Section Breaks", then OK, but this is
>pretty cumbersome! Does anybody know of a way to achieve the same result
>with just a few keystrokes? (If not, I guess we can do a macro.)
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