Microsoft Word: Header & Footer question...
How do you make it so that you can type text in one and not have it automatically copy the same text onto the footer on the next page?
Please click on Insert menu and you can type in text in header section. You can further control what to show in header by using the right check box
- Different First Page
- Different Odd and Even Pages
- Show Document Text
Note: you will get these options in Office 2007
You will need section breaks. Insert a new section break by clicking Insert > Break > Select Continuous > Click Ok.
Then edit the footer on the next page and click the Link to Previous button to remove the link to the previous header.
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