How to Separate Pages in Google Docs (2 Methods)

Tired of long, scrolling documents in Google Docs? Want to switch from pageless to pages?

Here’s a quick guide to separating your content into clear, defined pages.

Method 1: Use Page Breaks

1. Place your cursor where you want the new page to begin.

2. Navigate to the top menu and click on “Insert”.

3. From the dropdown menu, select “Break”.

4. Choose “Page break” from the submenu.

This will insert a page break at your cursor location, forcing the following content to start on a fresh page.

Method 2: Use Section Breaks (Optional):

While page breaks create entirely new pages, section breaks offer more control:

1. Follow steps 1 and 2 from above (place cursor and go to “Insert”).

2. Select “Break” again.

3. This time, choose “Section break (next page)”.

This will start the next section on a new page but keep it within the same document flow (useful for maintaining continuous numbering).

Bonus Tips:

Want to see how your page breaks will look before printing?

Click on “View” in the top menu and toggle “Print Layout” on. This will display your document with margins and page breaks for better visualization.

With these methods, you can easily separate your Google Docs content into organized pages, making your document reader-friendly and visually appealing.

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This integration allows for easy access and management of company documents, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and can find important information quickly.

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