Question about Microsoft Word 2003 for Students & Teachers (B00030EZJE)
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You need to work with the headers and footers. When you are done, you'll have two different footer sections that are NOT connected.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Make sure you are using "New pages section breaks" and not just "page breaks".
Within each section you can define the numbering options as follows:
- no numbering;
- all pages numbered;
- all pages numbered except the first page;
- first page numbered but not the other pages.
For your purpose, you need two new page section breaks to create 3 different sections (to create these, go to Page Layout/Layout/ Breaks and click New Page under Section Break).
The first and second sections should have no page numbering; the third section will have page numbering on all its pages (go to Insert / Page Number and choose the position of the page numbers; then, stiil in the page numbers menu, go to Format Page Numbers and type "3" in "Sart in:..." textbox .
If you still have problems check if the header of each section is linked (is set to be equal) to the previous section. If in the bottom of the header (if the page numbers are in the header) or the top of the footer (if the pages number apperars here) thre is a message saying "linked to the previous section", you must unlink it, by clicking on the link to previous botton in the Navigation section of the Ribbon
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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