Add line and page breaks in Pages on iPad
You can use formatting to control how text flows on the page.
Line break: Use a line break, also called a soft return, to start a new line without starting a new paragraph.
Page break: Use a page break (in a word-processing document only) to move a line of text to the top of the next page or to start typing on a new page.
You can also prevent single lines of text from appearing on their own at the bottom or top of a page (these are known as widows and orphans).
Force text to the next line or page
Tap where you want the break to occur.
Tap in the shortcut bar above the keyboard, then tap Line Break or Page Break.
When you insert a line break or page break, Pages inserts a formatting character called an invisible. You see these formatting characters when you select text that includes them. See Intro to formatting symbols.
Remove a formatting break
Place the insertion point at the beginning of the text following the break, then tap .