wdBreakType

Specifies the type of break.

wdColumnBreakColumn break at the insertion point (8)
wdLineBreakLine break (6)
wdLineBreakClearLeftLine break (9)
wdLineBreakClearRightLine break (10)
wdPageBreakPage break at the insertion point (7)
wdSectionBreakContinuousNew section without a corresponding page break (3)
wdSectionBreakEvenPageSection break with the next section beginning on the next even-numbered page (4)
wdSectionBreakNextPageSection break on the next page (2)
wdSectionBreakOddPageSection break with the next section beginning on the next odd-numbered page (5)
wdTextWrappingBreakEnds the current line and forces the text to continue below a picture, table or other item (11)

wdColumnBreak
Column break at the insertion point (8)
wdLineBreak
Line break (6)
wdLineBreakClearLeft
Line break (9)
wdLineBreakClearRight
Line break (10)
wdPageBreak
Page break at the insertion point (7)
wdSectionBreakContinuous
New section without a corresponding page break (3)
wdSectionBreakEvenPage
Section break with the next section beginning on the next even-numbered page (4)
wdSectionBreakNextPage
Section break on the next page (2)
wdSectionBreakOddPage
Section break with the next section beginning on the next odd-numbered page (5)
wdTextWrappingBreak
Ends the current line and forces the text to continue below a picture, table or other item (11)

REMARKS
* If you use "wdSectionBreakEvenPage" and the section break falls on an even-numbered page, Word will leave the next odd-numbered page blank.
* If you use "wdSectionBreakOddPage" and the section break falls on an odd-numbered page, Word will leave the next even-numbered page blank.
* If you use "wdTextWrappingBreak" then the text continues on the next blank line that does not contain a table aligned with the left or right margin.

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