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Is there a simple one-liner to insert a page break wherever when generating ODT from Org mode? I'd rather not dig into styles if I can avoid it. I'd like to be able to do something like #+ODT_PAGEBREAK if there was such a tag, but there isn't. Any ideas?

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  • Three is plenty of examples in The Authoritative fork of Org mode's ODT exporter and I also anticiapated this question and more or less gave the answer in other question.
    – mxnt
    Mar 25 at 6:56
  • ... the "other question" being emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/80822/…
    – NickD
    Mar 25 at 14:55
  • @mxnt >> more or less gave the answer in other question. I'm sorry. I don't see any reference to forcing a page break in the "other question." Could you clue me in, please? I'd be much obliged.
    – user43800
    Mar 25 at 18:41
  • In the docs, I can only find how to generate a page break before or after some specific element (e.g. toc.) I need to generate a page break wherever/whenever. Is there a one-liner I can use?
    – user43800
    Mar 25 at 21:18
  • Let me reword my question in Yes/No form: Is there a one-liner that forces a page break whenever/wherever in exported ODT or PDF document? It is easier to say yes or no, than to berate me for failing to have found an answer myself.
    – user43800
    Mar 25 at 21:39

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