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Inserting New Pages Microsoft Office 2007

    Word automatically adds new pages to your document as you write. However, Word also gives you the option of adding a new page in the middle or the beginning of your document.

    To insert a new, blank page in your document, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Insert tab.

    2. Move the cursor where you want to insert the new page.

    3. Click the Page Break icon in the Pages group.

    Word adds a blank page to your document.

    You don't need to add a page to the end of a document. Just move the cursor to the end of your document (Ctrl+End), start typing, and Word adds new pages at the end of your document automatically.

    Adding (And Deleting) a Cover Page

    Rather than add more pages to type text, you may just need a cover page that is the first page that anyone can read. To create a cover page, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Insert tab.

    2. Click the Cover Page icon in the Pages group.

    Word displays a list of cover page designs, as shown in Figure 6-1.

    Inserting New
Pages Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 6-1:

    Word can insert a variety of Preformatted cover pages into your document.

    3. Click a cover page design.

    Word adds your chosen cover page as the first page of your document.

    A document can have only one cover page at a time. If you choose another cover page, Word deletes your current cover page and replaces it with the new one you chose.

    After you add a cover page, you may want to delete it later. To delete a cover page, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Insert tab.

    2. Click Cover Page in the Pages group.

    A pull-down menu appears (refer to Figure 6-1).

    3. Choose Remove Current Cover Page.

    Word deletes your cover page.




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