You can use section breaks to change the layout or formatting of pages in your document.
To change formatting in a document, insert a section break at the beginning of where you want the change. Set up the formatting change just past the new section break. If you want to change formatting again, put in another section break. If your changes are to be on the same page, choose the Continuous section break. Otherwise, choose Next Page, Odd Page, or Even Page section breaks.
If the formatting change occurs in the previous section, press Ctrl or Command + Z and move your cursor to after the section break and try it again.
Use section breaks to layout or format a document
When you insert a section break, choose the type of break that fits the changes you want to make. Here are the types with usage suggestions:
The Next Page command inserts a section break and starts the new section on the next page. This type of section break is useful to start new chapters in a document.
The Continuous command inserts a section break and starts the new section on the same page. A continuous section break is useful to create format changes such as a different number of columns on a page.
The Even Page or Odd Page command inserts a section break and starts the new section on the next even-numbered or odd-numbered page. To start document chapters always on an odd or even page, use the Odd page or Even page section break option.