Software & Apps MS Office How to Duplicate a Page in Word Ways to easily copy a page in Word by Ryan Dube Writer Ryan Dube is a freelance contributor to Lifewire and former Managing Editor of MakeUseOf, senior IT Analyst, and an automation engineer. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Ryan Dube Updated on January 11, 2020 Zen Rial / Getty Images MS Office Word Excel Powerpoint Outlook Tweet Share Email If you've ever been in a situation where you need to know how to duplicate a page in word, it's nice to know you can do it quickly and easily. If you just need to copy one page in Microsoft Word and place it somewhere in the same document or another document, the process is simple. However, there are also ways to duplicate multiple pages, or even copy and reorganize pages in a document. How to Copy a Page in Word Duplicating a single page in word is as simple as copying a page, then inserting it elsewhere in your document. Using the mouse, highlight all of the text in the page you want to duplicate. If there are blank spaces at the end of the page, make usre to highlight those as well. Press Ctrl+C to copy the highlighted text on the page. Select Insert > Blank Page. This will add a blank page to the end of your Word document. Now, place the cursor in the document where you want the duplicated page to go. For example if you want the duplicated page to become the second page of the document, place the mouse cursor at the top of the second page and press Ctrl+V to paste the page. This will insert the duplicated page into the second page of the document, and push the second page over to the third page. If you prefer to paste the duplicated page at the end, just place the cursor at the top of the blank page and press Ctrl+V. How to Duplicate a Page in Word Using Macros If you need to duplicate more than one page in Word, you can automate the process by creating a macro in Word. Using a macro like this for multiple duplicate pages is perfect for a document where you've created a form or some templatized document you need to duplicate across many multiple pages. With the word document containing the page you want to duplicate open, select View > Macros > View Macros. In the Macros window, type the name of the macro and select Create. In the code window, paste the following code: Page = InputBox("Enter the Page to Duplicate")Count = InputBox("Enter Number of times to duplicate")With Selection.GoTo wdGoToPage, wdGoToAbsolute, Page.Bookmarks("\Page").Range.CopyFor i = 1 To Count: .Paste: NextEnd With Select the save icon and close the code window. Back in the document window, select View > Macro > View Macros. In the Macros window, select Run to initiate the macro. The script will ask what page to duplicate, and how many times to duplicate it. This script will duplicate the page you've selected the number of times you've selected. The duplicate pages will be appended at the end of the document. How to Duplicate a Page in Word with a PDF Editor If you're more interested in duplicating individual pages in your final printed document, PDF editors usually provide more flexibility. By converting your Word document to a PDF, you can easily duplicate pages using most popular PDF editors. For this tutorial, PDF Element Pro was used. Select File > Save As, and change the file type to PDF. Name the file whatever you wish. Open the PDF file using your favorite PDF editor. Most PDF editors have a thumbnail view, where you can see a thumbnail of each page of the document. Right-click the thumbnail of the page you want to duplicate and select Copy. Scroll to the section of the document where you want to insert the duplicated page. Right-click the page where you'd like to insert the page after, and select Paste. This will insert the duplicated page at that point in the document. Some PDF editors may ask if you want to paste the page before or after the page you currently have selected.