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Word 2007 - Mixed paged numbering

I have a multpage document.  The first 5 pages I want numbered using Roman numerals.  Pages 6 through the end of the document I want numbered using regular numbers (6, 7, 8, etc).

How can I do this?  Please be specific.  Thx.
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herbro
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herbro
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janhellaCommented:
1. At the top of the first page you want Arabic-numbered, click the Insert->Break menu item.
2. Insert a Next Page type section break.
3. Click the Insert->Page Numbers menu item.
4. In the Page Numbers dialog box, click the Format button.
5. If you dont want the page numbers to be continuous between the two sections, set Page Numbering to start at number one. The radio button should switch to Start At.
6. Click OK.
7. DO NOT CLICK OK ON THE PAGE NUMBERS DIALOG BOX OR YOU'LL INSERT A DEFAULT PAGE NUMBER FIELD. Click CANCEL instead.
8. Go back to the first page of the document (now in the first section).
9. Repeat steps 3-4 again, but this time set the Number format to Roman Numerals.
10. Repeat steps 5-7 again.
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