How to Add Pages in Microsoft Word
By Amy Dombrower
Updated September 28, 2017
The widely-used word processing program Microsoft Word allows you to create endless text documents. As you type and fill up pages, Word automatically adds a new blank page as you go along. However, you also can add pages manually by inserting a blank page at a particular place in a document.
Word 2007 or 2010
Open a document in Microsoft Word 2007 or Microsoft Word 2010.
Place your cursor where you want to add a new blank page.
Click the “Insert” tab. In the “Pages” group, click “Blank Page.”
Scroll down and begin typing on the new page to add content. Repeat the above steps to add more pages to the document.
Click the “Microsoft Office Button” or the “File” tab, then “Save” to save the changes to the document.
Open a document in Microsoft Word 2003.
Place your cursor where you want to insert a new page.
Click the “Insert” menu. Select “Break.” Choose “Page Break” to insert a new page.
Place your cursor on the new blank page and begin adding content. Repeat the above steps to add more pages.
Click “File,” then “Save” to save the changes.
Amy Dombrower is a journalist and freelance writer living in Chicago. She worked in the newspaper industry for three years and enjoys writing about technology, health, paper crafts and life improvement. Some of her passions are graphic design, movies, music and fitness. Dombrower earned her Bachelor of Arts in journalism from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.