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Insert Heading1 as a header for each section on each page between heading1 and heading2

I think the question is clear itself but do ask me if you need any help
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by:pinaldave
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I figured it - you can do using styleref.

Now the question is how to have header on only selected pages.
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by:GrahamSkan
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What characterises the particular pages2 If it on only the page number you can use some if fields that test the number:

{ IF { PAGE } = 2 "{ STYLEREF "Heading 1" }"}{ IF { PAGE } = 5 "{ STYLEREF "Heading 1" }"}
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Oops. That should read:

What characterises the particular pages?. If it is only the page numbers you can use some IF fields that test the number:

{ IF { PAGE } = 2 "{ STYLEREF "Heading 1" }"}{ IF { PAGE } = 5 "{ STYLEREF "Heading 1" }"}
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by:Paul Sauvé
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It really depends on WHICH pages. Obviously if they are random pages, it is a bit more work.

Different for odd and even pages AND the first page of a section, MUCH easier. (Ex. Only on ODD pages, only on EVEN pages, only on FIRST PAGE of section)

Otherwise, the easiest thing to do is to create a new section for each change of header/footer...

HOW you achieve this depends on your version of MS Office.

PaulSauve
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