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How do I set "insert page break after" as a style feature in Word?

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Hi all,

I'm formatting a large document in Mac Word and have a question about page breaks.

In formatting paragraph styles, there's the option to "insert page break before". How do I set "insert page break after" as a style feature? Can't find the option anywhere.

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