Defining page breaks and numbering
You can set options for page breaks and page numbering when you add a layout part or change a part definition.
Note  Usually, pagination settings are associated with subsummary parts, but you can set page break options for any part on the layout (except headers and footers).
For information about creating a new part, see Adding a layout part.
To define page breaks and page numbering for a part:
In Layout mode, choose Layouts menu > Part Setup.
You can also double-click the part label on the layout.
The following table describes the pagination options that are available. Dimmed options are not available for the selected part type.
Page break after every <value> occurrences, and enter the number of part occurrences that you want per page. (The default value of 1 prints one part occurrence per page.)
To keep the portion of the part that will not fit on the bottom of the page from printing at the top of the next page, also select Discard remainder of part before new page (for example, to print the information in a Notes field to the bottom of the page and truncate the rest).
Click OK, then click Done.
If your layout is set up to print records in columns and you’ve specified to print records down the page, if you choose Page break after every <value> occurrences, FileMaker Pro starts a new column (not a new page) after the part when you preview or print. If the column setup is to print records across the page, the specified page break starts a new page. For more information about printing records in columns, see Setting up to print records in columns.
Related topics 
Inserting the date, page number, or other variable onto a layout
Inserting merge variables onto a layout