When we are editing a document, if we want to make the headers and footers of the first few pages different from the previous pages, this is where the section break comes in. Let me introduce you to the next part of the WPS text how to insert a section break.
A section break is a section that can be a different section on the same page, or it can be divided into sections at the same time as the next page. The biggest difference between the two uses is the header and footer and page settings, such as:
1, the document layout, a few pages need to be horizontal, or need different paper, margin, etc., then the pages are set up as a separate section, and before and after the content of different sections;
2, in the document arrangement, the homepage, the table of contents and so on header footer, the page number and the body part need to be different, then will the homepage, the catalogue and so on as the separate section;
3, if the content of the page layout and header and footer are the same, just need a new page to start a new chapter, then the general use of page break, of course, with the section break (next page) also line.
Let's say how to insert a section break:
Find "Separator" in page layout, click ▽ to see four kinds of section breaks, the next page section breaks to represent the pagination at the same time in the section, a continuous section break represents a section on the same page, that is, multiple sections on a page, and odd-even section breaks are typically used when printing a double-sided document (Figure 1). To ensure that certain pages are always on the left or right after the stapled document has been opened. Because many of the page's starting pages are required to be fixed on odd-numbered pages, as shown in Figure 2.
You can make the headers and footers of the first few pages different from the previous pages by following the steps given in the small sections above. Come on and try your hand at it, and you'll be able to see the effect.