What word processing feature protects against printing the last line paragraph at the top of thenext page

What is the difference between a hard page break and a soft page break?

There's also a funny thing called "widow and orphan control." Now you'll need to look up all these terms and decide which one is right.

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Anonymous Anonymous answered
16 years ago

What word processing feature protects against printing the last line of a paragraph at the top of the next page?

A. Hard Page Break
B. Merge Cells
C. Widow/Orphan Control
D. Wordwrap

Anonymous Anonymous answered
14 years ago

a word processor

Robin Robin answered
12 years ago

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1)C
2)A
3)B
4)A
5)C
6)C
7)D
8)B
9)A
10)C
11)B
12)C
13)D
14)D
15)D
16)D
17)B
18)A
19)B
20)B

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
8 months ago

To find the answer to the first question, you can use a search engine and search for the word processing feature that protects against printing the last line of a paragraph at the top of the next page. This feature is commonly known as "widow and orphan control."

Widow and orphan control is a word processing feature that ensures that a single line of a paragraph (widow) or the first line of a paragraph (orphan) is not left alone at the top or bottom of a page, but rather kept with the rest of the paragraph. This helps to improve the visual appearance and flow of a document.

Now, let's address the difference between a hard page break and a soft page break:

1. Hard Page Break: A hard page break is a formatting command that forces the content following the command to start on a new page. It is typically inserted manually by the user and is often used when you want to control the exact placement of page breaks in a document. To insert a hard page break in most word processors, you can use the keyboard shortcut "Ctrl + Enter."

2. Soft Page Break: A soft page break, also known as an automatic or non-manual page break, is a page break that is inserted automatically by the word processing software based on the document's layout and formatting settings. Soft page breaks adjust dynamically as the content of the document changes, ensuring that the text flows smoothly from one page to the next.

So, to summarize, a hard page break is a manually-inserted command that forces content to start on a new page, while a soft page break is an automatically-inserted break that adjusts as the document's content changes.

I hope this helps!