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how to set the initial page to 1 in a middle of a word document

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hi all
i need to re start the numbering of a document in the middle
i re set it but can't do it move hole document numbering since the beginning
please how can achive that
is word 2007
tsm
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Create a section break and set the numbering to restart at 1
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3 steps:
1. go to the beginning of the page where you want to restart the numbering, then go to Page Layout->Breaks->Section Break->Continuous
insert section break2. Go to Insert->Page Numbers->Format Page Numbers
format page numbers3. Click on Start at and choose the number.
page numberHTH,
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