How to Duplicate a Page in Word? Copy and Paste
Duplicating a page in Word is a useful way to create a back-up copy of important pages or to quickly create similar pages. The process is simple and only takes a few minutes to complete. Without further ado, here’s how to duplicate a page in Word.
- Open the Word document that contains the page you want to duplicate.
- Highlight all of the text on the page you wish to duplicate with the mouse cursor.
- To copy the content (the highlighted text on the page), press Ctrl+C. You can also place the cursor on the highlighted text, right-click on it and select Copy from the drop-down paste options.
- To insert a blank page in Word, press Ctrl+Enter. You can also create a new page by clicking Insert > Page break from the top menu bar.
- To duplicate a page, first place your cursor in the desired location in the document. Let’s say you want the duplicated page to become the second page of the document. To do that, place your mouse cursor at the top of the second page and press Ctrl+V. Doing this will paste insert the duplicated page into the designated spot in the existing document while also pushing what was originally the second page’s content over to now third page.
- If you want to copy and paste the duplicate page at the end, simply put the cursor at the top of the empty page and hit Ctrl+V.
You have now duplicated a page in Microsoft Word! You can follow these same steps to duplicate multiple pages if necessary.
Why to Copy a Single Page in Word?
There are several reasons you might want to duplicate or copy a single page in Word. Maybe you’re creating a document with similar pages, such as an invoice or other form, and you want to use the first page as a template for the rest. Or maybe you’re copying content from one document to another and need to keep the formatting consistent.
Whatever your reason might be, now you know how to duplicate a page in Word! It’s an easy process that only takes a few minutes to complete. So get out there and start duplicating those pages!
How to Duplicate a Page in Word With and Without Formatting?
Wondering how to duplicate a page in Word with and without formatting? When you copy and paste one page from one place to another, you often want to keep the formatting consistent. But sometimes you might want to remove the formatting so that the pasted text matches the surrounding text. Here’s how to duplicate a page in Word with and without formatting:
- To copy and paste with formatting, press Ctrl+Shift+V.
- To copy and paste without formatting, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+V.
- You can also access these options by right-clicking on the pasted text and selecting Paste Special from the drop-down menu.
- Selecting Paste will keep the formatting, while selecting Merge Formatting will remove it.
How to Duplicate a Single Page in Multi-Page Documents?
If you want to insert a duplicate page into a document that already has multiple pages, you can do so by following these steps:
- Insert a blank page into the document by pressing Ctrl+Enter.
- Copy the content from the page you want to duplicate.
- Paste the content into the blank page.
- You can now move the duplicated page to wherever you want it in the document.
In this tutorial, we have showed you how to duplicate a page in Word. This can be useful if you want to create a copy of a page for modifications or if you need to create multiple pages with the same content. We also showed you how to duplicate a page with and without formatting, as well as how to duplicate a page in a multipage document. Thanks for reading and stay tuned!