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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Working with Pages

IN CHAPTER 4, you learned about creating manual page breaks in a document. Manual page breaks can come in particularly handy for long documents, for example, when you want to move a heading or picture to the top of the next page. You can use additional page-oriented features to add necessary or decorative information to any document, long or short. This section shows you what some of those features are and how to use them in Word.

Creating a Cover Page

Most formal documents like reports and proposals do not launch right into the text. Instead they include a title page or cover page that provides basic information about the document. The information contained on a cover page can include the document title, a subtitle, a brief ...

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