Microsoft KB Archive/47220
Blank Page with Odd or Even Division Break
PSS ID Number: Q47220 Article last modified on 11-02-1994
Word has the ability to break a division and start on an even or an odd-numbered page. This option is set up in the “division break:” field of the Format Division Layout command.
If “division break:” is set to “Even”, Word starts the division on an even-numbered page (a blank page is left if necessary).
If “division break:” is set to “Odd”, Word starts the division on an odd-numbered page (a blank page is left if necessary).
The blank pages are completely blank. Word does not put running-heads or page numbers on blank pages created to provide for an odd or even division break. To demonstrate, do the following:
- Load a document that is several pages in length.
- Enter a division break after an odd-numbered page.
- In Format Division Layout, set “division break:” to “Odd”.
- Enter a running-head to print on all pages in both divisions.
- Go to Print preView.
There will be a completely blank page between the two divisions.
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