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How to align the header of a word document

Posted on 2016-09-14
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How to align the header of a word document if that document contains both portrait and landscape pages?

The purpose is to align the header of landscape pages properly.
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Pls see the attached doc for more info, tks
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Open the header
Header & Footer Tools / Design /  Navigation / unselect Link to Previous
then you move the table to the required position
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Yup, that works!

Saw the option of Link to Previous, unchecked it but I didn't do the 2nd part.

Tks man
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