|■.||The goal is to keep related content together on the same page.|
|■.||New paragraphs that start at the bottom of a page should have at least two lines of text; otherwise they should be moved to the next page.|
|■.||A bulleted list that starts at the bottom of a page should have the leadin sentence and at least two items in the list; otherwise it should be moved to the next page.|
|■.||In the middle of a note, tip, caution, or warning message|
|■.||In the middle of a table|
|■.||In long tables (if they must spread over several pages, repeat the table title and heading when pages break from right to left)|
|■.||When separating content from any illustrations|
For all page numbering, use figures to show the numbers. Commas are not used in page numbers greater than 999.
On legal documents, a page number is centered at the bottom of each page; on other papers, it is usually shown at the top.