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I have some text at the end of my page and I would put it at the beginning of the next page.which could be the best way to have this result?

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doesn't \newpage work? – ArTourter Apr 1 '12 at 18:25
yes it worked.thanks.since I'm a newbie I didn't know this command – Mazzy Apr 1 '12 at 18:27
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As ArTourter pointed out, the command \newpage should work.

This webpage has a nice overview of the many ways to start new lines and start new pages, including an explanation of the difference between \newpage and \pagebreak.

You might also want to read the answers to this question.

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and opposite event?If I would not put a part of text to the other page which is the command? – Mazzy Apr 1 '12 at 19:52
@Mazzy I have actually asked that same question before! See this answer for some possible solutions. – jamaicanworm Apr 1 '12 at 20:04

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