Insert a manual page break
Place the pointer in the location where you want to start a new page.
Press Ctrl + Enter.
Note: To use the menu to manually insert a page break, select Insert > Page Break.
View page breaks
Select Home > Show/Hide.
Note: To hide page breaks, select Show/Hide again.
Delete a manual page break
Show page breaks in the document.
Select the page break you want to remove, and press Delete.
Assign a page break to a heading
Select Home > Styles.
Select the heading you want to assign a page break to, select the heading's drop-down arrow, and then select Modify.
Select Format > Paragraph > Line and Page Breaks.
To make sure your selected heading type always starts on a new page, select Page break before. You also have other options:
Widow/Orphan control - Makes sure that there's never a line of text alone at the beginning or end of a page.
Keep with next - Keeps the entire paragraph on the same page as the next paragraph.
Keep lines together - Makes sure the page never breaks in the middle of a paragraph.