How do you configure page breaks in PDF exports?

I have reviewed articles, such as this one (https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/32989210), but still cannot figure out how to make the page break after certain headings or elements (like another macro). Is it possible to do this by just editing the stylesheet without inserting anything on the actual page? Thank you.

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Far as I can tell, you have to have a macro with a Class setting so you can refer to it in the PDF Stylesheet. The div and span macros are generally used for this.

Set the Class to noprint, then refer to it in the PDF Stylesheet.

.noprint  
{  
display: inline-block ;  
}

Thank you. I used a combination of your tip and another I found. I added several divblock macros, and then defined a class in each (called pdfprint). Then, I added the following text to the stylesheet: .pdfprint{ page-break-before: always; } 

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