Adding and Removing Page Breaks in OnePager 5.1

In a previous blog post, we showed how OnePager Pro and Express 5.1 can prepare multi-page project views. In this blog post, we are going to show how you can add and remove page breaks to a project view to suit you specific needs.

First off, the controls for adding and removing page breaks can be found on the Page Layout tab in the in the Page Setup section as shown below:

RibbonPageLayout-PageBreaksButton-05282014

Selecting this button causes a drop down menu to appear as shown below:

RibbonPageLayoutPagebreakdropdown-05282014

You may insert a manual vertical or horizontal page break at any time. The two Remove all page break options are only active when there are page breaks available to remove.

Clicking the Insert vertical page break option gives you a cursor that will drop a horizontal page break between any two rows. This is shown below:

PV-InsertVertical Page Break1-05282014

Once the vertical page break is positioned, the project view will look like this when viewed in the OnePager 5.1 Page Break View mode:

PV-InsertedPageBreaknow2pages-05282014

The exact same process can be used for inserting horizontal page breaks. Repeating the process allows you to insert as many page breaks as needed.

Removing page breaks requires the selection of one of the two Remove all page break options shown in the illustration above.

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About Bob Feingold

Bob is a seasoned technology and project management executive. As an Air Force Officer (Colonel) from 1965 through 1991, he served in a number of executive leadership, computer system development, and program management roles. After retirement, he joined Robbins-Gioia, Inc. as a Regional Vice President and Program Management Consultant. He then moved to state government, where he held numerous influential positions, culminating in his service as Chief Information Officer for the State of Colorado under Governor Bill Owens. Bob has a doctorate degree in Operations Research and an MBA from Indiana University, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami.

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