How do you force a page break?

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How do you force a page break?

Postby Readable Bill » 21 Aug 2012, 05:27

For example, I would like each of the chapters of a short book to start at the top of a new page. Using Quark 9.3 on iMac OSX 10.7.4
Thanks for any tips!
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How do you force a page break?

Postby Jyoti Bhatnagar (Quark) » 21 Aug 2012, 18:15

Hi,
Make each chapter a separate Article to start each chapter from a new page.

HTH
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How do you force a page break?

Postby Rama » 21 Aug 2012, 19:23

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How do you force a page break?

Postby Readable Bill » 28 Aug 2012, 12:47

Thanks so much for the help.
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Re: How do you force a page break?

Postby byron2459 » 13 Apr 2017, 09:54

I am returning to Quark after a 10 year layoff (retired). Quark is faster and smarter, wish I was!

I remember being able to type in a chapter name, then apply to it a paragraph style that caused a page break and font, text, changes etc.
It would then renumber pages, etc as required.

My wife and I are preparing a book. I will be moving chapters around, adding some to the the end, and inserting new ones as the book progresses.

Question
I have found a special character that causes a column break \c, but need one that causes a page break. There used to be one? I think.

The layout that we want has a page with two columns. The new chapter page I want will, in addition, have a text box at the top covering the joint width of colums and gap, which will hold the chapter title. There will be many photos, images, footnotes, etc.

Yes I will have to create these boxes for each chapter, but plan to do this close to sending the result to the printers. Can you help please
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