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Turning On or Off Section Breaks

Posted by Author, Curator, Visually Impared Squirrel Literacy Advocate & Dynamics AX Technical Solution Professional (TSP) at Microsoft on

By default, as the Author Tools build up the document for you, every time there is a new Section, Chapter or Part, it adds in a Section Break within the word document. This makes the Word document easier to manage and also allows you to have the section names within the header if you want to get clever. But for some types of documents like a Blog post for example you may not want to have this extra bit of formatting within the document. So there is a flag that allows you to turn this on or off.

How to do it…

If you look within the Sections group on the Publish ribbon bar you will see that there is an option to turn on of off the Section Breaks.


If this is on, then the Word document will add a Section Break at every new Section, Chapter, or Part.


If you don’t want the documents to have the automatic section breaks then just uncheck the Section Break.


Now when you create the document it will not have any section breaks included.




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