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    Move a page (Word 2003)

    I have a 30 page document. I need to move page 23 and make that page 13. Is there a way to do that fast? Or is it just Edit /Cut and Edit / Paste???

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    Re: Move a page (Word 2003)

    There definitely is no specific command to move pages around. Unlike a publishing or presentation program that works with lots of individual units, text and other objects in Word flow in a continuous stream, so it seems unlikely that this feature would ever be added to Word.

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    Re: Move a page (Word 2003)

    If you use the document map you can quickly locate the correct pages to copy and paste to... otherwise you could use outline view. Of course these are only really effective if you have used heading styles.

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    Re: Move a page (Word 2003)

    The quickest way to go to page 23 is:

    Control-G (check that page is highlighted on the left), 23, Enter

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