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    Avril
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    Re: New Page

    That doesn't change the view.

    I'm starting the new page by File, New.

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    donna6197
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    Re: New Page

    Hi Avril
    Use Insert - Break (or Ctrl Enter) to start a new page (word97).

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    Avril
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    Hi,

    I've got a problem.

    Every time I start a new page, my other page seems to disappear. But when I save it and close it, the page I had appears again.

    What is happening?

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    Re: New Page

    Sounds like the view you are using. Chose Normal from the View menu and see if that is less disorienting. If the data is still gone, and it is not visible in Print Preview, then let us know how you are starting the new page.

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    Avril
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    Re: New Page

    Donna,

    Thanks. That works. I see an option there for page break- that's the one that is selected.

    That works, but it doesn't make sense. I thought that File, New would put a new page in my file. So what was I doing?

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    Re: New Page

    File / New starts a new file, not a new page. When you do a File New, you can switch back to your original document by selecting the document name at the bottom of the Window menu. If you are trying to force the start of a new page at a particular point in a document, then you need to insert a page break. You can also just continue typing past the end of a page an Word will automatically insert a new page for you.
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