Create different header for page one and page two

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In 2010 Word I'm having a problem where I need my header on page one to be different on page two. I've tried continuous section breaks but could not disassociate page two from page one.
Frank FreeseAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Use the Different First Page setting in the Page Setup Dialogue that be opened via the tiny arrow in the bottom left of the Page Setup group on the Page Layout tab.
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xmlmagicianCommented:
Add different headers and footers or page numbers in different parts of the document

You can add page numbers to only part of your document. You can also use different numbering formats in different parts of your document.

For example, maybe you want i, ii, iii numbering for the table of contents and introduction, and you want 1, 2, 3 numbering for the rest of the document, and then no page numbers for the index.

You can also have different headers or footers on odd and even pages.

ADD DIFFERENT HEADERS AND FOOTERS OR PAGE NUMBERS IN DIFFERENT PARTS
Click at the beginning of the page where you want to start, stop, or change the header, footer, or page numbering.
You can press HOME to make sure that you're at the start of the page.

On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Breaks.


Under Section Breaks, click Next Page.
Double-click in the header area or the footer area (near the top of the page or near the bottom of the page).
This opens the Design tab under Header & Footer Tools.

On the Design, in the Navigation group, click Link to Previous to turn it off.
Do one of the following:
Follow the instructions for adding a page number or for adding a header and footer with a page number.
Select the header or footer and press DELETE.
To choose a numbering format or the starting number, click Page Number in the Header & Footer group, click Format Page Numbers, click the format that you want and the Start at number that you want to use, and then click OK.
To return to the body of your document, click Close Header and Footer on the Design tab (under Header & Footer Tools).


ADD DIFFERENT HEADERS AND FOOTERS OR PAGE NUMBERS ON ODD AND EVEN PAGES
Double-click in the header area or the footer area (near the top of the page or near the bottom of the page).
This opens the Header & Footer Tools tab.

On the Header & Footer Tools tab, in the Options group, select the Different Odd & Even Pages check box.


On one of the odd pages, add the header, footer, or page numbering that you want on odd pages.
On one of the even pages, add the header, footer, or page number that you

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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can do it with different sections but you will need a Next page section break and you need to use the Link To Previous button to have different headers.
Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
the step by step detail was very helpful as well as th explanantion which made the difference in selecting this as a solution
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