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How to remove header

How do I remove a header from only 1 page, and leave the header on the majority of the document?

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Probably the easiest way is to remove the header text from the actual "header" section (control X) and that will remove it from all pages. Then create a new text box, add the text (control Y) and place the text box at the top of whichever page(s) you want to see it

Posted on Sep 13, 2014

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SOURCE: How to remove headers on chapter pages only with word 2010

That would depend on how you have your document set up.

If each chapter is defined as a "section" in Word, when editing the header for each section, in the Design tab, Options panel, select Different First Page.

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That will make the header appear only on the frst page of each chapter.

If this isn't what you meant, please be more specific about the layout of your book, document, chapters, etc.

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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Create header on one page only


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

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How to remove headers on chapter pages only with word 2010


That would depend on how you have your document set up.

If each chapter is defined as a "section" in Word, when editing the header for each section, in the Design tab, Options panel, select Different First Page.

483c1fdf-2318-44c7-9e54-09def5f3b9de.jpg

That will make the header appear only on the frst page of each chapter.

If this isn't what you meant, please be more specific about the layout of your book, document, chapters, etc.

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How do I remove header and footer workspace from Word 2007?


1. Go to the page where you have the header/footer problem in your document
2. On the "View" tab of Word, click "Print Layout" (if not that view already)
3. Press the "Insert" tab
4. You should see an option that says "Header" and one that says "Footer" with a drop-down menu. For each, choose "Remove Header" or "Remove Footer" on the drop-down menu.
5. Repeat steps on other pages

See http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-remove-a-word-2007-document-header-or-foote.html for more info.

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How do i add a new header on the last page of a document, the document has 6 pages with the same header, on the 7th page i would like to have a different header, unfortunately when i change the header on...


you have to apply a section break on the previous page then you can change header on next page..
hope it helped, feel free to get more clarification

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I need to have 3 sections in a document. First, no page numbering at all. Second, roman numerals centered 1 inch (not cenntimetre) from bottom. Third, ordinary numerals at top right of page. how do i...


You use headers and footers to set these. You control location by specifying locations for these and you can specify Inches, Centimeters and Pixels. The header tool allows you to specify if either or both are present on the First page. Look under page formatting, and then in the header tool bar are the header / footer selections.

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Emachine W3410,the main three wire from the motherboard to the power botton on and off switch was remove and iam not sure wish pin they go to .power led, power sw, H.D.D.led,


The eMachines W3410 uses an MSI ms-7145 motherboard.
Also known as RS480M

This is MSI Support, and the download page for the motherboard manual, for the RS480M motherboard,

http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=1&prod_no=204

To the Right of the photo of the motherboard, you will see a gray bar with, BIOS, Driver, Utility, Manual, and RSS.
Left-click on Manual.

On the next page look under the heading to the right - Document.
Left-click on the blue - E7145v2.1.zip

On the final page click on the country nearest yours.
A small window will come up with the heading -
Opening E7145v2.1.zip

Be sure that Save File has a green dot, in the empty circle to the left.
[If not, Left-click on the empty circle to the left of Save File]
Now click on OK, below.

Where this file will go.
If you Do Not, have your documents set to save to your My Documents folder (Documents for Vista), the file will go to your desktop screen.

In either place Double-click on the file. Now go up to the left, and click on - Extract All Files.
Click on Next, and Finish.

You will now see a PDF icon. Double-click on this icon.
Go to Page 15.

The plastic panel on the front of your computer is the Front Panel.
This is where the Power On switch, Power On LED, and HDD LED are located.

The connector on the motherboard where the cables (Wires) attach to, is the Front Panel header.
The front panel header is a series of pins, sticking up out of the motherboard.

The MSI ms-7145 motherboard, (RS480M) has the Front Panel header separated into two headers.

JFP1, and JFP2

Looking at the motherboard with the Processor socket to the top, and the Ram Memory slots to the right, the JFP1, and JFP2 front panel headers are located at the extreme bottom Right, of the motherboard.

[Use the Zoom In feature (+ at top of file) to enlarge the motherboard layout on Page 15]

Now go to Page 38.
Page 38 shows the connections for the JFP1, and JFP2 headers.

The JFP1 header, and the JFP2 header, consists of two rows of pins in a horizontal column.
The pins are arranged parallel, to the bottom edge of the motherboard.

Right above the JFP1, and JFP2 header may be three pins, with two of the pins have a jumper. We will not concern ourselves with this jumper header (BIOS with Protect Jumper)

The JFP1, and JFP2 headers are close together. There is no separation in-between them.

The JFP2 header is for an internal speaker.
The JFP1 header is for the Front Panel cables.

The JFP1 header pins start from the right side of the motherboard, and go towards the left.

There are 5 pins across the Bottom. (Going from right to left)
There is NO pin, then there are 4 pins across the Top.
(Again, going from Right towards the left)

The top row of pins are numbered Evenly.
The bottom row of pins are numbered Odd.

Starting on the Right side, going towards the left for the Top row of pins, the pins are numbered,
10 (NO pin for 10), 8, 6, 4, and 2.

Starting on the Right side, going towards the left for the Bottom row of pins, the pins are numbered,
9, 7, 5, 3, and 1.

1) Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power On LED.

2) Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch

3) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED

4) Pins 5 and 7 are used for a Reset switch. (If applicable)

5) Pin 9 is not used.


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My document has a cover and a table of contents. I want page numbering with one to start on the third page. I did do the page break for the cover and the contents and was able to start the document on page...


There are two ways to do this. The first way SOMETIMES works. If you don't have luck, try the second method.

Method 1:
  • 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>
  • Select <OK>
Method 2:
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

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Unwanted headers/footers


I've never had this problem, but if you hit "Alt-F#," you'll get "Reveal Codes" at the bottom of your screen. Then go to the first page of the document where the problem begins, locate the code for the footers and headers you don't want, and then delete those codes.

Another, probably simpler approach is to click "Insert" and on the drop down menu, click "Header/Footer." Then unselect whatever is dotted. That should get rid of the headers and footers. JS

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Designing a document in book form and printing in Word 2007


When you select Book fold for your page setup, Microsoft Word prints two pages on one side of the paper. When you fold the paper, it opens like a book. This option is intended for documents that have more than two pages.
1. Set up your document as a booklet.
When you create a booklet, it's best to start with a new, blank document so that you have better control over the placement of text, graphics, and other elements. You can add a book fold to an existing document, but you may have to reposition some elements once the book fold is in place.
A. Start a new, blank document.
B. On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then click the Margins tab.
C. In the Multiple pages list, select Book fold.
If your document is not set to landscape orientation, Microsoft Word sets it to landscape.
D. In the Inside and Outside boxes, type or select the amount of space you want for the inside and outside margins (margin: The blank space outside the printing area on a page.).
If you need even more space along the fold to accommodate binding, type or select the amount of space you want in the Gutter box.
E. In the Sheets per booklet list, select the number of pages you want to include in a single booklet.
If the number of pages in the document exceeds the number of pages you select for a booklet, Word prints the document as multiple booklets.
F. Select any other options you want in the Page Setup dialog box.
G. Add text, graphics, headers or footers (header and footer: A header, which can consist of text or graphics, appears at the top of every page in a section. A footer appears at the bottom of every page. Headers and footers often contain page numbers, chapter titles, dates, and author names.), and other elements to your document as usual.
2. On the File menu, click Print.
3. Set options for printing on both sides of the paper.
If you're using a duplex printer (one that automatically prints on both sides of the paper)
Click Properties, and then set the options you want. If you have a choice of setting the page orientation and duplex options, select landscape orientation, and flip the document on the short edge or short side.
If you aren't using a duplex printer
In the Print dialog box, select the Manual duplex check box. Word will print all of the pages that appear on one side of the paper, and then prompt you to turn the stack over and feed the pages again.
4. Select the page range you want to print.
If you click Current page or Pages, Word prints the page you indicate, plus the three other pages that belong on the same sheet of paper.
If you click Selection, Word prints your selection using the default page layout instead of booklet layout.

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Adobe Acrobat Pro 7.0 Can't get page numbers to show


OK, That's why it's not working.. In order to get them on there, do the following:

Once you have loaded the page into acrobat, goto the Document Menu, mouse over header and foot, and choose add..

In there, there will be a button that will say "insert page number", just click on that (only once), then click "ok".. That will add page 1...2...3...4, etc to the top of every page.

As a side note: you can also choose where to put the page number by clicking in one of the text boxes marked "Left Header", "Center Header", etc.. and then click on "insert page number".. You will be able to see a preview first before actually adding the numbers..

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