ePub eReaders will begin a new page when the content turns to another HTML file inside ePub, that means each HTML file will be a natural page break for ePub, most ePub makers already know this.
But can we get a page break inside one HTML file without breaking it? Yes, of course we can(on some condition).
ePub supports page break in CSS mode(but not all eReaders support).
This can be realized simply in ePub Maker, you just need insert page break in MS Word as you normally do for Word document. ePub Maker will automatically convert these Word inserted page breaks into forced page break for ePub.
You may have a try now.
ePub Maker supports passing ePubcheck from version 1.3, which has to remove page breaks to pass ePubcheck.(You can check off Pass epubcheck to preserve forced page break.)
But ePub Maker Special still supports page break.
1 iBooks doesn’t support forced page break.
2 You can insert section break in Word, thus ePub Maker will split HTML, this will always make a new page on all devices.