Making and Preventing Breaks
Usually, a Texinfo file is processed both by TeX and by one of the
Info formatting commands. Line, paragraph, or page breaks sometimes
occur in the `wrong' place in one or other form of output. You must
ensure that text looks right both in the printed manual and in the Info
For example, in a printed manual, page breaks may occur awkwardly in
the middle of an example; to prevent this, you can hold text together
using a grouping command that keeps the text from being split across
two pages. Conversely, you may want to force a page break where none
would occur normally. Fortunately, problems like these do not often
arise. When they do, use the break, break prevention, or pagination
- * Break Commands
- Cause and prevent splits.
- * Line Breaks
- How to force a single line to use two lines.
- * - and hyphenation
- How to tell TeX about hyphenation points.
- * w
- How to prevent unwanted line breaks.
- * sp
- How to insert blank lines.
- * page
- How to force the start of a new page.
- * group
- How to prevent unwanted page breaks.
- * need
- Another way to prevent unwanted page breaks.
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