How to Duplicate a Page in Microsoft Word – Step by Step Guide

How to Duplicate a Page in Microsoft Word
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Last Updated on June 29, 2020 by

Microsoft Word is the most popular word processor that is developed by Microsoft Corporation. This application was first released on October 25, 1983, under the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems. This word processor allows users to type and save documents as well as create documents such as letters, brochures, learning activities, tests, quizzes, and students’ homework assignments, and many more. There is a lot a user can do with the Microsoft Word application. While you are working with a document you can easily duplicate an entire page from the document and create a copy of it, which is very convenient. You can copy a one-page document or multi-page documents to create a duplicate of that document; the process is very simple. Moreover, there are various ways available to duplicate a page in Microsoft Word. Read the article to know the details!

Features of Microsoft Word

  • Create docs, assignments, resumes and more with beautifully designed modern templates
  • Edit documents with rich formatting and layouts
  • Edit documents from PDFs by converting to and from Word documents
  • Save documents as PDF after editing and share the PDF file with a few taps
  • Reading View feature allows users to read docs, letters, PDFs, scripts, and more on smart devices
  • Microsoft Word allows user to collaborate and share with anyone, anywhere
  • Editor version history lets you revert to view earlier drafts
  • File & doc permission management allows users to see who is working on them
  • Copy Microsoft Word files directly into the body of an email message

How to Duplicate a Page in Microsoft Word  

There are plenty of reasons why a user might want to duplicate a page in a Microsoft Word document, especially when he/she is creating a template. The process is simple and you can do it in many ways. Let’s check them out.

Method 1 – Copy a Page in a One-page Document

If you want to create a duplicate for a one-page document then the fastest way to copy the page is to “Select All” and copy. Now follow these simple steps:

  • First, open the one-page document that you want to make a duplicate
  • Now from the keyboard press Ctrl + A to highlight all text in your document, or
  • Place the mouse cursor in the left margin and then quickly click the left mouse button three times in a row
  • Now press Ctrl + C from the keyboard to copy the entire highlighted selection
  • Then you can paste the copied content into another page of the same document or into a new document to create the duplicate
  • Click the “Insert > Blank Page” to add a new page or click “File > New > Blank document” to open a new document
  • Place the courser in the new page or new document and press Ctrl + V on your keyboard to paste the copied text onto the page
  • Finally, press Ctrl + S from the keyboard to save the document or click “File > Save As” to save the document in the new location  

Method 2 – Copy a Page in a Multiple-Page Document

If you want to create a duplicate page from the Multiple-Page Document then you can follow the bellow process. The best way to copy a single page is to manually select and copy the text you want and then create a duplicate document.

  • First, open the multi-page document that you want to make a duplicate
  • Now place the cursor at the beginning of the page that you want to copy
  • Then click and drag the cursor to the bottom of the page that you want to copy
  • Now press Ctrl + C from the keyboard to copy the entire highlighted selection
  • Then you can paste the copied content into another page of the same document or into a new document to create the duplicate
  • Click the “Insert > Blank Page” to add a new page or click “File > New > Blank document” to open a new document
  • Place the courser in the new page or new document and press Ctrl + V on your keyboard to paste the copied text onto the page
  • Finally, press Ctrl + S from the keyboard to save the document or click “File > Save As” to save the document in the new location

Final Thought

I hope the above methods help you duplicate a page in Microsoft Word. If you have anything to know about this topic then leave your question in the comment section. I will provide the information.

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