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Posted on 2014-03-04
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oh man,
i need to change the header in the middle to bottom of the document
is any way to do this without affecting the whole top one pages
tsm
is word 2017
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again - section break
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by:Dan Craciun
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Use step 1 from my solution to page numbering -  Page Layout->Breaks->Section Break->Continuous

Then enter the header (double click on it) and press on "Link as previous". This will allow you to change the header without affecting the previous header.
modify headerHTH,
Dan
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