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Posted on 2012-03-19
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I am using Microsoft Word 2010. On my multiple page template I have a footer that says something like "this is footer 1 on page one." on page one." I have "Different First Page" enabled so the footer will not appear on every page....Now I have the need to place another custom footer that says "this is footer 2 on page two." on the second page only....but when I place it on page two it is seen on each addition page...how can adjust it so the footer on page 1 is only seen on page one & the footer on page 2 is only seen on page two?
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This is normal behaviour - to to what you want you need to create and use sections http://www.word-2010.com/microsoft-word-2010-section-break/
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I still don't understand how to get it to work...
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Do I insert the section breat on page two or page three? It stills displays on all pages after I insert the sections break.
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You need to break the 'same as previous link'
see http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/change-headers-or-footers-HP005186130.aspx
and open the link to Change the headers or footers for part of a document
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