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MS Word Paragraph dialog box has two tabs - (1) Indents and Spacing and (2) Lines and Page Break.
The first of these two tabs are probably much familiar and the options there are used quite frequently. However the options in second tabs are less known and many users simply ignore them.
The second tab - Line and Page Break - contain a few options under Pagination, Formatting Exception and Text Box Options.
Among them in this post I'm talking about Window/Orphan control, Keep with next, and Keep lines together options under Pagination category.
This option should be enabled if you wish to prevent a single line from appearing at the top or bottom of page.
Suppose there are 5 lines in a paragraph and only the last line does not fit in current page and appears in next page! It's not good. Similarly a paragraph starts in current page but only one line fits here, all the remaining lines jumps to the next page, this is also not good. One line happened to be orphan in both cases. You can control this behavior and ensure that only one line won't appear in different page by enabling this check box.
Keep With Next
This option is very helpful for headings. Your document headings should never be on one page when all of its text is on another page. Enabling this option will force MS Word to place the current paragraph (headings, titles) along with the next page.
Enable this check box for all such lines that should be on the same page with next paragraph.
Keep Lines Together
This is another useful option in paragraph dialog box that will prevent this paragraph from breaking across pages. This will ensure that all the lines of current paragraph will be on same page.
Use these options properly in your document and you can be assured of quality of document improving readability.