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You didn't provide many details. I assume what you want is a Word template file where the first page only has your business information in the header.
Basically, you need to set up a document with a "Different first page". To do that, click the Ribbon Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup section, click the expansion icon (lower right corner of section), click the Layout tab, under Headers and Footers, click Different first page.
Then go to your first page and create a letterhead header. You can adjust the margins on this page as needed. The second and subsequent pages will still have the orginal settings.
When it's just as you like, save the document as a template. Next time you need a document on letterhead, just open the template and Word will create a new document for you with the letterhead already in place.

Watch a Youtube video here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fXw3qniois
Nice details here.
http://www.creativepro.com/article/hergeekness-says-convert-custom-letterhead-microsoft-word-templates

Posted on Dec 20, 2014

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