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I'm having problems inserting a new page in Microsoft Word. My document has a flow chart in it, and the cursor is "stuck" in the top middle of it. If I try to insert a new page it breaks the page there and splits the image up. Is there any way to create a new page disregarding page breaks, or to move the cursor to the bottom?

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Alt + Ctrl + Page Down will move the cursor to the bottom of the current screen of text. But I don't know how to fix your issue :( –  r0ca Feb 14 '10 at 23:40

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I'm not sure I understand your question completely, but try this:

  • remove the flowchart (cut and paste into another document, etc)
  • insert a next page section break (insert > break > section breaks > next page in Office XP)
  • copy the flowchart back into your original document before the new section break
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Accepting this as answer just because I don't think what I said is possible. I tried what you said earlier and you can't copy the flow chart. –  Random Feb 15 '10 at 5:06
@Random - that's strange - where is the flowchart from? –  Antony Feb 15 '10 at 5:43

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