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Old March 4th 07, 08:40 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
D Cerullo
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in order to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo
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Old March 4th 07, 01:51 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
Luc
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert - Break - Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the document long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo



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Old March 4th 07, 05:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
D Cerullo[_2_]
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

Luc,
Page break didn't work I tried that before my post. I wrote a cookbook, I
have to add a few more recipes between ones that are already typed in so I
need new pages between existing ones. If I just start typing it will move
the rest of the words down and mess up everything that is already there. Any
suggestions?
Donna

"Luc" wrote:

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert - Break - Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the document long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo




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Old March 4th 07, 05:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

Have you tried the advice you were already given? Ctrl+Enter inserts a page
break.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"D Cerullo" wrote in message
news
Luc,
Page break didn't work I tried that before my post. I wrote a cookbook, I
have to add a few more recipes between ones that are already typed in so I
need new pages between existing ones. If I just start typing it will move
the rest of the words down and mess up everything that is already there.

Any
suggestions?
Donna

"Luc" wrote:

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert - Break -

Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the document

long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to

come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in

order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo





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Old March 5th 07, 02:30 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
D Cerullo[_2_]
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

Yes Suzanne I did try that.........not the result I wanted.
Thanks
Donna

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Have you tried the advice you were already given? Ctrl+Enter inserts a page
break.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"D Cerullo" wrote in message
news
Luc,
Page break didn't work I tried that before my post. I wrote a cookbook, I
have to add a few more recipes between ones that are already typed in so I
need new pages between existing ones. If I just start typing it will move
the rest of the words down and mess up everything that is already there.

Any
suggestions?
Donna

"Luc" wrote:

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert - Break -

Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the document

long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to

come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in

order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo





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Old March 5th 07, 05:27 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

Well, assuming there are no page breaks there already, you'd need two page
breaks to get an empty page, but I can't see any other way to get what
you're asking for.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"D Cerullo" wrote in message
...
Yes Suzanne I did try that.........not the result I wanted.
Thanks
Donna

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Have you tried the advice you were already given? Ctrl+Enter inserts a

page
break.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the

newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"D Cerullo" wrote in message
news
Luc,
Page break didn't work I tried that before my post. I wrote a

cookbook, I
have to add a few more recipes between ones that are already typed in

so I
need new pages between existing ones. If I just start typing it will

move
the rest of the words down and mess up everything that is already

there.
Any
suggestions?
Donna

"Luc" wrote:

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by

pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert -

Break -
Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the

document
long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to

come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it

in
order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo






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Old March 5th 07, 11:46 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
CyberTaz
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Default How can I insert a blank page into an existing document

Perhaps this will be helpful. Although it is specifically referring to Word
on the Mac, PC Word works the same way.

http://word.mvps.org/mac/pagesinword.html

Regards |:)
Bob Jones
[MVP] Office:Mac



On 3/4/07 9:30 PM, in article
, "D Cerullo"
wrote:

Yes Suzanne I did try that.........not the result I wanted.
Thanks
Donna

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Have you tried the advice you were already given? Ctrl+Enter inserts a page
break.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site:
http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"D Cerullo" wrote in message
news
Luc,
Page break didn't work I tried that before my post. I wrote a cookbook, I
have to add a few more recipes between ones that are already typed in so I
need new pages between existing ones. If I just start typing it will move
the rest of the words down and mess up everything that is already there.

Any
suggestions?
Donna

"Luc" wrote:

D Cerullo,
Not sure what you are after but adding pages can be achieved by pressing
Ctrl+enter in the appropriate place. You can also use Insert - Break -

Page
break - OK.
Be aware these are hard page breaks, which will remain in the document

long
after you really need them.
You could just as easily put your cursor where the new text needs to

come
and type it in. No need to move things around.
Or have I completely misread your question?

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)
"D Cerullo" D schreef in bericht
...
I have a 54 page document and would like to add blank pages to it in

order
to
type additional sections within it. I don't want to have to move
everything
around to acomplish this. I have word 2003.
Thank You!
D Cerullo






 




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