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Formatting issues in Microsoft Word 2007

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Okay.  This is one that is going to be as difficult to explain as it is to resolve.  Thanks for reading it.  Here goes: We have a MSFT Word doc that we have created using Word 2007.  This doc is very often edited and sent out, but there are many things that are changed in it from client to client.  Therein lies the problem.  What is happening is that we created the template (by template I simply mean a Word document), but when we paste the items that need to go in to the document in, all text below the where we inserted the new text shifts down.  We have items at the top of each page that need to remain there regardless of what is pasted in to the document.  Is there any way that we can create a template of some sort so that no matter what is pasted in to the document, the text will not shift downward to the middle of a page?  Insertion of a new page with whatever has to go on the next page and then simply blank untilt he next page is fine, I just can't have the items at the head of the page end up in the middle of the next page.  I hope that this makes sense.  Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you again for taking the time to read my confusing question.
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I've requested attention to move this question to the MS Word zone, where it has more chances to be answered.

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