Help On LaTeX Line and Page Breaking
Line and Page Breaking
The first thing LaTeX does when processing ordinary text is to
translate your input file into a string of glyphs and spaces. To
produce a printed document, this string must be broken into lines, and
these lines must be broken into pages. In some environments, you do
the line breaking yourself with the \\ command, but LaTeX usually does
it for you.
Commands for line and page breaks
For page numbering, see Counters
To refer to a page number in the text, see
LaTeX Table of Contents
Revised by Sheldon Green, email@example.com, 20 Oct 1995.