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Remove Header and Footer on title page

Posted on 2009-05-04
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Hi,

   I am using word and the insert and footer is getting displayed on all the pages. I want it not to get displayed on the first place and contents page.

    Help Appreciated.

Thanks
Aman
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Question by:amankhan
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dineesh earned 500 total points
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Hi,

On your page one - Insert -> Break ->Next page

now, On Page two double click on the header or view header footer and you will see the header/footer toolbar - The fifth button from the right "Link to previous" - click on that

Now do the same for the footer The fifth button from the right "Link to previous" - click on that

Then goto the header/footer of page one and you can delete it.

regards
Dinesh
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by:GrahamSkan
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Disnesh recommends creating a new section.

Note that you can also set 'Different first page' on the Layout Tab of the Page Setup dialogue.
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by:SpartanValor
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Check "Page Setup".  

  Select Layout
        Under "Headers and footers" make sure different first page is selected.

Page 1 header will disappear.
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