how get total number of pages in footer for Word 2010

Posted on 2011-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
How get total number of pages to be printed in a footer for Word 2010?  I want the footer to read "Page 1 of x"

Question by:sappledo
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    Insert tab, Page Number dropdown in Header & Footer section, expand Bottom of Page, scroll down until you see the Page X of Y section where you can choose where in the footer this numbering should occur.

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    Thanks.  That was the exact solution I was looking for.

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    this was the exact answer
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    by:Brian Gee
    If what I supplied was the exact answer, could my post be the Accepted Solution thus awarding points in the process? Thanks!

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    this was the exact answer.

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