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Page numbering in ms word

Posted on 2013-12-01
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My doc goes i through ix.
Starts at 1, goes to 18.
NExt page is 13 ,,14.... 52

How do I fix this?
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
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section 3 ends with 13.
then it jumps to p 18 at section 5
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by:Dan Craciun
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Please post a sample (your text removed, replaced with placeholder) so we can have a look at the document structure.

HTH,
Dan
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It jumps from section 3 to section 5. If everything could be section 3 I think that would solve it.
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Since you cannot provide a sample, the quick and very dirty solution is to manually set your page to start from 14 on section 5.

Click somewhere on section 5 footer. First uncheck "Link to previous", then click Page Number->Format Page Numbers.
Disable link to previousChange page number
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Great answer
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