Limit header to first page only

hello,

Can a header be limited to only the first page?  I am using word 2007.  

thanks...
pdvsaProject financeAsked:
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HomerTNachoCheeseCommented:
I believe you need to insert a section break after the first page.  I am trying to find out hwo to do that however, as I cannot find it in 2007...
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HomerTNachoCheeseCommented:
In the quick access toolbar, click the "down arrow" to the right to customize the quick access toolbar, and choose More Commands.

In "Choose commands from:" change the value to All Commands.  Scroll down to Break and click Add, then OK.

Now that this button is added, click it, and under section break types, choose Next page and click OK.

Now, you have two headers "-Section 1'" and "-Section 2-"

Go into the header on your second page.  In the ribbon under Design>Navigation, make sure Link to Previous is not selected.  This should now make this header separate.  You can delete the info in this second header.
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pdvsaProject financeAuthor Commented:
that was perfect.  thank you
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