Sections/pages added to end of document and can not be deleated
System 10.4.11, apple works 6.2.9
When I add sections with two or more columns to document in the beginning, there will be times other parts of document will be divided in to columns even though the icon at the top of page says it is only one column. I will also get 5 to 10 extra pages tack onto end of document that can not be deleted. I try to start from scratch by opening a new blank document page and try to copy and past the old document parts into the new one. Works for most of the document not having sections but once I add the part with the sections, the new document has the same problems. This does not happen to all appleworks word processing documents.
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<p><span>With this technique we can add horizontal
lines without having to use of the ribbon on the top of the page. It is very
easy to add horizontal line in Word 2007 just using the keyboard shortcuts. You
will be able to insert many different designs by using the keyboard.</span><br />
<p><span>You can use one of the following methods.</span><br />
<p><span>1.<span> </span>For adding a simple
straight line, type three dashes (---) and press Enter. </span><br />
<p><span>2.<span> </span>If you want to add the
style of a horizontal line, type three asterisks (***) then press Enter. </span><br />
<p><span>3. You may type three underscores (___) and press Enter
for got this line.</span><br />
<p><span>4. For getting this line type three equal signs (===)
and press Enter. </span><br />
these shortcuts you can break two paragraphs in Word 2007, you may to break the
numerous sections of a document.</span><br />
<p><span>This is the simply
way for using a new character like asterisk, equal, underscores, or dashes, you
can add style to the Word document.<b><span> </span></b></span><br />
Printing Word Documents with Multiple SectionsYou have a document with multiple sections.When you try to print specific pages, you get either one single page, or the whole document.What you don’t get is the two separate pages you need.
First, take note of which section has the first page you want to print, and in which section the second page resides.
You need to print Page 2 of Section 1 and Page 1 of Section two. In this particular case, the command is the usual:File | Print:
The difference in this case is how you specify the pages to be printed.In the Pages dialog box, type P2S1, P1S2 and then click OK.The comma “,” separating the two pages indicates two separate pages.The result will print Page 2 of Section 1 and Page 1 of Section 2.
If, however, you wanted to print from Page 2 of Section 1 through and including Page 1 of Section 2, the command would be P2S1-P1S2.The dash "-" indicates a range of pages, which results in printing from Page 2 of Section 1 through and including Page 1 of Section 2.
Your situation is unusual in that most of the time these will stay in the deep end and not get to the shallow end. Make sure that your hose is the proper length and the hose weights are in the right positions
Up to 4 feet water, 1 weight at one foot away from Kreepy
4-7 feet water, add a second weight at 6 feet from Kreepy
7-12 feet water add a third weight at 10 feet from Kreepy.
It can take some trial and error to get the Kreepy to cover the whole pool. This includes adding or removing hose sections, and adjusting the pool return "eyeballs" to different directions.
Before braiding, brush hair to smooth out any knots or tangles.
Starting at the hairline, gather enough hair from top of head to start a regular braid. Divide hair into three equal sections. Hold right section in right hand, left section in left hand, and middle section between thumb and another finger of either hand.
To begin braid, cross right section over middle section, then repeat this move with left section, smoothing hair down as you go. Pull sections fairly tight; you don't want the braid to be loose and come undone.
Before repeating your cross-over motion with the right section, gather a little bit of additional hair from the head's right side, and add it to this section; now cross this larger portion of hair over the middle section of the braid. Tip: Make sure that the sections of hair you're adding are roughly equal or the braid will look lopsided.
Gather a small section (of equal size to the one you just gathered) of the remaining hair on the left side of your head up and into the left section and cross that over the middle section.
Tip: Slightly dirty hair has less "slip," making it easier to braid.
Repeat steps 4 and 5, adding hair until you've gathered in all additional hair strands. Finish at the bottom with a regular braid.
Once you reach the bottom of the braid, secure the end with a hair band, wrapping it tightly around the hair.
Not too sure whether your comment above is the problem or what you want to do.
Do you want to insert a page number, then put in non word doc pages, then have the next page in your word document numbered appropriately? If so, you need to insert a section break at the end of the page where you are going to put in pages, then make sure the page layout for the second section does not have "different first page" turned on. Now break any link between section 2 and section 1 in the page layout. So click off the "same as previous" icon in the footer in section 2. Then insert a new page number and set it to "start at" the page number you need it to be.
If you need several sections like this then just repeat the process.
Remember that if you delete a section break, then all the page formatting will revert to that in the previous section. Horrible but its what Word does. Go to the end of any document with sections and add one section break at the end of your text with the same page formatting as you want through the pages before you remove any section breaks in the document to avoid this.
There is a really good e-newsletter on Office issues, Woody's Office Watch; if you use Office a lot but find some features difficult to master, you'll love WOW, very helpful.
There are two ways to do this. The first way SOMETIMES works. If you don't have luck, try the second method.
Delete the page break between the end of page 2 and page 3
Position your cursor at the start of page 3.
Click on Insert / Break / Next page
Select all the text form page 3 to the end of the document.
Click on Insert / Page numbers. UNCHECK "show number on first page"
Click on <Format>. Make sure "Start at" is selected and the value is "1". Select <OK>
You need to work with the headers and footers. When you are done, you'll have two different footer sections that are NOT connected.
Add a "next page" section break as you did above.
Click on View / Header and Footer
On the Header and Footer toolbar, Click on the icon for "switch between header and footer"
page down to page 3. Click on the "link to previous" icon on the header and footer toolbar
Click on Insert / Page numbers. UNCHECK "show number on first page"
Click on <Format>. Make sure "Start at" is selected and the value is "1".
For some reason I occasionally have to do this twice to get it to stick but eventually it should work. The key is to make sure you have two separate footer sections; the first section is page 1 and 2 without page numbers then the second section (starting with physical page 3) that has page numbers starting with page 1
If you want to delete a whole page from publisher, then look at the bottom left hand side of the screen where your pages will be thumbnails that are numbered. Rightclick on the page number that you want to delete and click on delete page.