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How to provide page break as per our requirement

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Haresh Jayanth
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Dear All,

The page break in page setup , option tab is deactivated.....How to activate the page break. I want to give desired page break as per my requirement.

regards,

Haresh Jayanth

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Rav B
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Thanks Rodel
Rodel Marasigan
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"Break Page Every Group" option in P6 page setup is used to print a page by group specify in Group & Sort Function. The first grouping used will dictate this grouping but if indent options is used or tick in Group & Sort function this “Break Page Every Group” option will be disable.
Ex: If Group & Sort by:
WBS
AREA

WBS will be used for Break Page Every Page. Meaning every change in WBS will be print in another page.
Samer Zawaydeh
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Dear Ravi,

Thank you for your note. I will check on this.

With kind regards,

Samer
Rav B
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Hi Samer,

This is abt P6. In the page setup option, there is a check box for Page break. But it is for group setting, I am not sure what P6 means by group, but definitely it is not like excel wherein we can drag the page break line to suit our view.

Samer Zawaydeh
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Dear Haresh,

What exactly are you talking about? Seems that you are describing a MS office document.

With kind regards,

Samer