How to Add Another Page in a Word Document


Although you could simply press "Enter" a couple dozen times to create a new page, that's time-consuming and annoying. With Microsoft Word's Blank Page feature you can insert a new, blank page anywhere in your document---at the end, at the beginning or anywhere in the middle.

  • Click in the document at the end of the last page, or at the end of the page immediately before the new page you want to insert.

  • Click the Insert tab.

  • Click the Blank Page icon in the Pages group, near the left edge of the ribbon. Word will automatically insert one blank page.

Tips & Warnings

  • If all you want is to shift text to the next page, rather than create a blank page, then click the text where you want to start a new page, and select Page Break under the Insert tab.

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