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AVS Document Editor
Current Version:  4.2.3.302
Release Date:  12/27/2016
File Size:
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Insert section breaks

Section breaks allow you to apply a different layout or formatting for the certain parts of your document. For example, you can use individual headers and footers, page numbering, footnotes format, margins, size, orientation, or column number for each separate section.

Note: an inserted section break defines formatting of the preceding part of the document.

To insert a section break at the current cursor position:

  1. click the Insert Page or Section break Insert Page or Section break icon at the top toolbar
  2. select the Insert Section Break submenu
  3. select the necessary section break type:
    • Next Page - to start a new section from the next page
    • Continuous Page - to start a new section at the current page
    • Even Page - to start a new section from the next even page
    • Odd Page - to start a new section from the next odd page

Added section breaks are indicated in your document by a double dotted line: Section break

If you do not see the inserted section breaks, click the Nonprinting Characters icon icon at the top toolbar to display them.

To remove a section break select it with the mouse and press the Delete key. Since a section break defines formatting of the preceding section, when you remove a section break, this section formatting will also be deleted. The document part that preceded the removed section break acquires the formatting of the part that followed it.

Download AVS Document Editor Current Version:  4.2.3.302File Size: 125.17 MB

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