You can also control breaks with paragraph formatting. For example, you can make sure an entire paragraph stays together on one page, or make sure a paragraph always starts on a new page.
Select the paragraph(s) that you want to format.
Click the Layout tab.
Click the Paragraph group's dialog box launcher.
Click the Line and Page Breaks tab.
Use the options to set your formatting.
There are several options here that control how a paragraph will break across pages.
Widow/Orphan control: prevents the last line of a paragraph (widow), or the first line of a paragraph (orphan) from appearing by themselves on a page. An additional line will be moved up or down with the widow or orphan.
Keep with next: will prevent the page from breaking between the selected paragraph and the following one.
Keep lines together: will prevent the page from breaking within the selected paragraph.
Page break before: will add a page break before the selected paragraph.
The line and page break options are applied to the selected paragraph(s).