add page break

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  • Hana

    Hi, Marc

    Thank for your post. I suppose you could select Organize>Insert>Blank page and select a point you would like to insert a new page as the screenshot. Thanks

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  • Marc Wilson

    Ah. What I want to do is to force a page break before the natural end of a page, so that text that's naturally together doesn't split over pages.

    An equivalent to ALT, I, B in Word.

    I can do it by dragging bits of text onto the next page, but it's a kludge.

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  • Hana

    Dear Marc,

    Sorry that I am afraid I cannot understand you well. Could you pls help to send us a screenshot or video so we could check further? Thanks

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  • Marc Wilson

    OK, I have a PDF with content that's longer than a page.

    The creation process is not under my control, and is a bit simplistic.

    It's an invoice, and the page-break is in the middle of the payment details block.

    What I want to do is to force the entire block onto the second page.

    In a word-processor, I could do this by just inserting a page break before the block.

    There seems to be no obvious way to do this in PDF Editor.

    I can select and move elements and drag them onto page 2, but it's a pain.

    There should be a clean way to say - start a new page here, even if it's not full

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  • Lisa

    Marc Wilson, Thanks for reaching out and providing your feedback. Indeed, the PDF Editor operates differently than MS Word and currently does not have the feature to move contents to the next page using the Ctrl+Enter command. I understand that this functionality could improve your experience, especially when dealing with invoices where page breaks occur in the middle of payment detail blocks.Per your request, I have reported your request as a new feature request to our product management team's consideration with suggestion ID#PHANTOM-18808

    Thank you for your understanding and support. Wishing you joy and happiness in the New Year.

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  • Marc Wilson

    Excellent, thanks.

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  • Sonia SH

    To add a page break in a document, Ozempic Ireland Buy place your cursor where you want the break to occur. In most word processing programs like Microsoft Word or Google Docs, you can insert a page break by pressing "Ctrl + Enter" on Windows or "Command + Enter" on Mac. This will immediately create a new page at the cursor's position, allowing you to continue your content on the next page. If you're working in a different program or editor, consult its documentation for specific instructions on how to insert a page break.


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