In this chapter, we will discuss how to insert page breaks in Word 2010. Microsoft Word automatically starts a new page when the current page fills with text but you can insert a page break to force Word to start text on a new page. You can insert a page break using either the mouse or the keyboard.
The following steps will help you insert page breaks in a Word document.
Step 1 − Bring your insertion point immediately before the text that has to appear on a new page.
Step 2 − Click the Insert tab, and click the Page Break button available in the Pages group.
Word inserts a page break and moves all text after the page break onto a new page. You can also use the Ctrl + Enter keys to create a page break at the pointed location.
Just put the insertion point on the previous page of the page break that needs to be deleted. Press the Delete key multiple times until both the pages get merged.