MS Word and Headers

I am using MS Word 2013

I have a two page document

I went to the second page, I went to Insert 0> Header, and entered a blank header

Then I inserted a table into the header on page two.

All is good, except for one thing.  The table also appears on page one, but I do not need a header on page one.

Is there a way to create a footer on only page two, or only enter a table into page two and not page one?

Thanks
Anthony LuciaAsked:
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Mark BullockQA Engineer IIICommented:
Double-click in the header and you can check the box for "Different First Page".
Then delete the table from the header on the first page.
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