Insert Page Breaks - Microsoft Word 2010
Microsoft Word automatically starts a new page when the current page becomes filled 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.
Insert Page Breaks:
Following are the simple steps to insert page breaks in a word document.
Step (1): Bring your insertion point immediately before the text that you want to appear on a new page.
Step (2): Click the Insert tab, and click 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 Ctrl + Enter keys to create a page break at the pointed location.
Delete a Page Break
Just put insertion point on previous page of the page break you want to delete. Press Delete key multiple times until both the pages get merged.