Yes, you can insert page breaks which inserts by default the form-feed character with hexadecimal value 0x0C (decimal 12) by positioning the cursor where you want to insert this page break character and execute Insert - Page Break. In View menu you can enable Show Page Breaks as Lines to see where the page breaks are in your file on printing.
Attention: The form-feed character is read by the compilers/interpreters like a space or tab and not as line termination. One of my colleagues has had once a page break inserted at end of a source code line and the option above was also active and therefore from the display he thought, that the source code line has also a line termination, but that was not the case. There was just the form-feed and no CRLF in the source code file and because the C compiler interpreted correct the form-feed just like a space character, the compiled C code worked different than my colleague thought according to the display.