How do I make MS Word 2010 not run on to a ne

September 27, 2010 at 01:10:22
Specs: Windows Vista, 2GB
That is the best way I can phrase the question in short. What I mean though is in Microsoft Word 2010 and probably other versions, when you are nearing the end of a page and you are on the last line of the page when you add a few more words to run on to the next page, creating a new line, it not only brings the one line that you are then creating to the next page, but it also brings the line prior to the current line to the next page. How do I get this to stop? I don't care that I have two pages, but my professor will mark off points for not having correct margins, and with that bringing the previous line to the next page, it looks like I made the margin on the bottom bigger than it should be. Sometimes it even brings the whole paragraph with it.

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September 27, 2010 at 01:16:25
Never mind, I found it. For anyone else who is confused about this, go to the paragraph options and to the tab "Line and Page Breaks" and under pagination, uncheck "Window/Orphan control"

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