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    MS Word 2000

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    by itask1 ·

    Hi, Appreciate advise to the following: In view->header & footer of a MS Word document, is it possible to create different headers/footers each page in one document? If yes, how to go about this? Thanks.

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    • #3617424

      MS Word 2000

      by q2ggirl ·

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      It should be the same for Word 97. Under View/Header and Footer/, click on the page setup icon. Under the layout tab, just select the setting you want. Ex., different first page. I tried it and it worked for me.

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        MS Word 2000

        by itask1 ·

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    • #3617379

      MS Word 2000

      by stillatit ·

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      Yes, each page in the document may have its own unique header and footer in the extreme case. You do this by inserting section breaks. Headers and footers may be defined independantly for each section.

      You would do this, for example, if the chapter title had to be at the top of each page. At each chapter start, insert a section break and redefine the headers and footers for the new section.

      Good luck.

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        MS Word 2000

        by itask1 ·

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    • #3617224

      MS Word 2000

      by dklippert ·

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      You can also create different header/footers using fields. The fiels StyleRef, for instance will display the text that uses a particular style on that page. You can develop “phone book”/dictionary type headings.

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      by itask1 ·

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