Line and page breaks can sometimes occur in the ‘wrong’ place in one or another form of output. It’s up to you to ensure that text looks right in all the output formats.
For example, in a printed manual, page breaks may occur awkwardly in the middle of an example; to prevent this, you can hold text together using a grouping command that keeps the text from being split across two pages. Conversely, you may want to force a page break where none would occur normally.
You can use the break, break prevention, or pagination commands to fix problematic line and page breaks.
|• Break Commands:||Summary of break-related commands.|
|• Line Breaks:||Forcing line breaks.|
|• @- @hyphenation:||Helping TeX with hyphenation points.|
|• @allowcodebreaks:||Controlling line breaks within @code text.|
|• @w:||Preventing unwanted line breaks in text.|
|• @tie:||Inserting an unbreakable but varying space.|
|• @sp:||Inserting blank lines.|
|• @page:||Forcing the start of a new page.|
|• @group:||Preventing unwanted page breaks.|
|• @need:||Another way to prevent unwanted page breaks.|