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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