How to start each chapter on a new page in Word 2010?

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Learn how to start each chapter on a new page using Microsoft Word 2010

Here I have a long document from multiple chapters and subsections. I want each new chapter to start on a new page. So to do that I’ll right-click on the “Heading 1” style, select “Modify”, click “Format”, “Paragraph”.

And then under “Line and Page Breaks”, select the “Page Break Before” and click “Ok” and then “Ok” again.

Now you can see that each new section with a “Heading 1” starts on a new page.

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