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Word: 'Non-printable' Section Breaks

Posted on 1999-12-27
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Last Modified: 2011-09-20
I've just created a letterhead template and used a footer that I only want to appear on the first page.  How do I prevent the footer appearing on any subsequent pages AND avoid having to print a second page by default? (i.e. creating a section break and removing the footer from any subsequent page in the second section.)
Question by:nothingsforfree

Accepted Solution

csanborn earned 800 total points
ID: 2308772
You must define the footer by hiting the "setup" icon on the header/footer bar and telling it that the document has a different first page footer.  type in the footer and choose the different first page footer option.  Then go to the second page footer and manually delete the footer  if the "different first page" footer option is chosen then it won't give you a section break.

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ID: 2309972
Many thanks

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