A few people have asked how to foce a page break inside a Word document when generating it through HTML/XML/CSS as I described in an earlier post. You can force page breaks by using a <br> tag with a page-break-before style setting, as in the following code.
This particular CSS property is actually not MS Word specific and works in standard HTML pages with modern browsers including Internet Explorer 6 and Netscape 7.0. It’s safely ignored by Netscape 4.7. When used in a standard HTML page displayed in a browser, the display appears like a normal break on screen but foces a new page when printed.