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How do I start page numbers on page 2 in Word 2007?
You can do so by using section breaks and removing of page numbers from previous section . So first at end of first page add a section break. To do so click Breaks on page layout tab. Here select a section break as you wish e.g. if you want to insert page break as well click Next Page. Now you can add page numbers and not have them with previous section. You can insert page number from insert tab and edit it to de from previous section but this would involve some unnecessary extra steps. So I would suggest going through header tab. While on page 2 go to Insert tab click Header drop-down (or footer drop down wherever you want to add page numbers) and click Edit Header. You will be on the Header & Footer tab. Here click Link to Previous to un-select italic it. Now go to Page Number drop-down and click Format Page Number. Select Start at then click OK. Now select the preferred of page number from Page number drop down. Having done this you would get page numbers from page 2 onward without a page number on first page.
How do I start page numbers on page 2 in Word 2019?
Double-click in the header or footer area where your page numbers are select the first page number right-click and choose Format Page Numbers choose Start at 2 press OK.
What can I learn/know right now in 10 minutes that will be useful for the rest of my life?
I am going to assume you are younger just starting out in life and will soon be entering the real world. The ADVICE I am going to give you is not because I think I am smarter than you; Ive just been here 3+ years longer which means I have had a chance to see and learn more. It also based on my own personal experience and what I have seen from others. That called history and acquired knowledge not intelligence. First a cold dose of *reality; I don care how many lottery tickets you buy you will never win. Nor will some wealthy close or distant relative die and leave you millions of dollars. Even if you have well-to-do parents they are not going to pay your entire way in life; they may do it for a while to help but eventually they will get tired of it and that window will be closed for business. Another news flash I don care how tech you are on your phone you will not invent an app or game and sell it off for billions when Google picks you out of a crowd of millions and writes you heavy check. A cute woman with a nice rackdon count on some guy that makes a lot of money picking you out of the drive through working at MacDonald and paying your way either reality is people tend to get into relationships with similar backgrounds and current status in life doctors marry someone that is also in the medical field (like nurses that they see and work with 4+ hours a week) because they can relate to each other at the end of the day Today I saw a patient that had Osgood-Schlatter disease. Really I had a guy bitch about not having pickles on his quarter pounder. Number 1 you may be able to do in 1 minutes; the rest will likely take you several hours days even weeks but you can get started. 1-Ask yourself where you want to be in 5 years 1 years 2 years etc. Is it in the country living off the land with 15 kids; In the burbs with a fenced-in yard with 2.3 kids two cats and a dog or is it living in a high-rise condo in the city with no kids and eating steak every night? That called finding and (if you are smart) setting goals. 2-Figure out how you are going to get there; college trade school getting a factory job that pays okay starting your own business? That called mapping your path and you have one of the most powerful tools at your fingertips that can help you called the internet. Start researching and don just look for the high paying gigs; sure being a doctor may have the potential to make a good living but what will it cost to get there (student loans) and how long before that investment of time and money starts paying off. But more important is it something you would like doing for the next 4+ years. Being a doctor may pay well but you may not like doing it if you don like the sight of blood or sticking your finger up someone ass. On the other hand you may find something that pays less but it is something you enjoy doing maybe even a passion. That makes it a lot easier to get up every morning and go to work. 4-Do some heavy thinking what your philosophies are on politics religion children (to have or not have and if so how to raise those children) financial attitudes health entertainment methods sex your moral codes etc. Don decide you are a republican because your daddy was deeply religious a doughnut eating couch surfer or a beer in hand 24 and blowing every penny you have because that was the environment you were raised in. These are choices you should make and I hate to say it but not all parents are perfect role models. 5-Choose your people wisely. Some friends are a matter of convenience because they live close. Some are because you share the same interests. But some can be a negative in your life; they are needy always broke no ambitions on a cycle of drugs etc. Unless that is the path you are on those are the kind of people that will hold you back maybe even suck you into their lifestyle. The old adage Birds of a feather flock togetheres into play. So does guilt by association. I know a few good people that occasionally get rousted by the law because they choose to hang with losers. A guy I work with sometimes is a standup dude but his two adult kids that live with him are both junkies and always into something; burglary fencing stolen goods dealing dope and the cops know it. As a result he will get the occasional knock on his door looking for the little pricks or get pulled over and put through the wringer because his car was suspected of a hit and run at 3 in the morning (while he was sleeping). He blames it on the cops for being assholes. No it because he has a couple of criminals living under his roof. At 28 and 31 years old it time to broom them but he doesn because Theyre my kids. What are you going to do? His life is one drama after another and he is constantly bailing them out (and that eats into what he owes me). 6-When looking for a romantic relationship don just jump in until you know who they really are and if you share the same philosophies (see number 4). You will never meet someone that is the exact same as you but if you are looking at making it for the long-haul you should at least be on the same page with most of them. From experience I can tell you it not fun to wake up one day and realize you have nothing inmon with the person laying next to you and are legallymitted to in fact you don even read from the same book but (like me) by the time that sinks into your thick skull you have kids and property involved now walking away isn so easy. Keep in mind most people will put their best foot forward in the beginning but eventually the real person startsing out and when they do you may not like what you see. So take your time getting to know them and who they really are. 7-When facing a decision particularly one that involves a fair amount of money time and could have a long-term impact ask as many people as you can what their opinion is. You are not asking what YOU should do but what THEY would do. If you were planning on taking a left but 2 people say they would take a right maybe they see something you don. If you are lucky some may have even been in that situation and tell you what they did or what they SHOULD HAVE DONE. That could save you a lot of headaches. 8-Start treating people the way you want to be treated; with courtesy respect willing to help when the need it etc. In any relationship; a friend fellow worker boss lover there needs to be an exchange. It will never be exactly equal there are times when one will be shouldering more of the heavy lifting but there has to be some of exchange. 9-Know that you will be going through many phases in your life your living situation your location job opportunities the paths others take etc. These will change things and those close friendships you had that will never die will be gone. That happens so be prepared to start over some segments of your life. 1-Health-when you are young you are bullet proof; can chow fast food pizza all day do drugs lay on the couch and never gain an ounce. But that will change you will start feeling the effects; weight gain aches and pains organ damagestart getting in the habit of eating better and (mild) exercising. After while it bes second nature and the pay-off is 1 years later when those around you are suffering with a multitude of ailments you are still in good shape. 11-There used to be a saying The day you were born the doctor held you upside down and slapped you on the ass (to make you cry and get your lungs moving). What they were saying is basically life isn fair kid get used to it and its life isn always fair. Occasionally we get handed a bad card. But in reality most of those bad cards we get handed we brought on ourselves because we allowed them to happen; the lifestyle we chose to live of excess partying not taking care of ourselves physically the people we hang with not taking advantage of opportunities when offered not dealing with negative things properly when they occur etc. n nOne of my best friends has been going through some pretty rough times; divorce from an alcoholic wife that was tapping his business accounts to support her drinking and gambling habits his primary piece of work equipment was run into put out ofmission repaired broke down shortly after requiring about $75 in out of pocket repairs and his disruption insurance has refused to pay him for not just the added repairs but being out of work almost 18 months losing him at least $5. Every time he tells me about his latest setback he says It is what it is. No when someone ran into his equipment that It Is What It Is because he had no control over that. However the next set of equipment failures were because he was in such a hurry to get back to work he accepted the band-aid repairs and didn insist on a full assessment and accepted the equipment as-is. He made it worse because he didn file the proper paperwork in the allotted time frame after those band-aid repairs started failing. The financial damage his ex-wife did was because he didn bother to keep track of his own bank accounts while she was bleeding him dry nor did he do anything about her alcohol issues when first noticed it was bing a problem. That isn It Is What It is it because he didn deal with them properly when they first appeared and that bad luckhe brought on himself. I did the same things in my life; my ex-wife was always bad with money right from the beginning constantly overdrawing our account (which affected both of us). Rather than firmly laying down the basic rules from the start what the consequences would be if she failed to follow them and enforcing those rules I played it diplomatically making suggestions. For some people that soft approach doesn work you need to play it hardcore; you firmly set the rules and enforce the consequences. I didn. I made it worse because I kept bailing her out which led her to believe she wasn doing anything wrong and there would always be a safety net for her me. I did the same thing with apany I was involved with. They were breaching the contract within the first 12 days and because I did not assertively address those breaches (instead politely understanding their problems) they continued failing to meet their end of the contract which ultimately cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars and lost me literally millions that I would have made had I taken a firm stand. I have no one else to blame but myself I allowed it to happen. 12-You will make mistakes that is part of life. But don just kick yourself in the ass over and over learn from them by identifying why and making changes so it won happen again. That why the study of history is so important so you don keep repeating the same mistakes of the past. *Who knows you may end-up drawing the right lotto number and win large long lost Uncle Elmer leaves you a major chunk of change you develop some stupid app that pays off etc. but don count on it. Plan on getting where you want to be at the end of your life and start working on it now. That doesn mean all work and no play but you need to prioritize the two. I have made my share of mistakes over the years from picking the wrong friends wrong relationships excessive life style living not taking job and educational opportunities when offered etc. But Ive slowly learned to use those mistakes as a process to learn and to not do them again. I still screw up almost every day I do something stupid but the ones that have high impact are less and less. And the learning processit never ends. That the real world wee to it.
How do I bypass the two-step verification of my Google Account?
Now if you don have any kind of access to your Google account Im afraid youre a bit screwed. There not much you can do if that the case seeing as you need either a backup phone number a backup email or the codes that Google gives you when you set up your 2-step verification. That said all is not lost. A workaround exists and it a bit annoying but it worked for me in the past. What I did when I lost my SIM card was that I went to my service provider and asked them to block that SIM card and then give me the same number on a new SIM card after which Ive verified my account the number to my new virtual number and after that Ive had no need for my old-new number. It worked like a charm.
Why doesn't anyone create a better alternative to Microsoft Word? It should be easy to make something more intuitive. I wanted Roman letters in my first 5 pages & Latin numbers starting from 1 at my paper’s introduction & it took me 2 hours to do it.
Why doesn't anyone create a better alternative to Microsoft Word? It should be easy to make something more intuitive. I wanted Roman letters in my first 5 pages & Latin numbers starting from 1 at my paper introduction & it took me 2 hours to do it. italic Your question reveals a degree of frustration but I submit that you have overlooked a basic truism about using anyputer tool. You evidently figured out how to do the needed task so my rather-lengthy answer will address the intuitive part. horizontal-rule Word is now 3 years old andpletely dominates the word processing SW market despite many efforts to unseat it. Even from the beginning it could manage a very wide range of quite demanding requirements because the fundamental design was well-thought-out. Very early users needed to understand the basics but many of us came from fields where these fundamentals were obvious and wee. But as the product grew in popularity new users with less related experience started using Word some had usedpeting products; many more werepletely new to word processing. Training was sketchy at best and marketing pressures of the time for any of the then-dominant word processing products focused on easy to use over teaching the basic fundamentals. Also due to marketing pressures more capabilities were continually being added and access to them was became increasinglyplicated as the menus filled up with often obscure market-specific features (like legal numbering). As moreputing power and better screen capabilities evolved the user interface (UI) needed an overhaul and Microsoft made the radical change to the con-sensitive ribbon interface we now have. But although even that has evolved quite dramatically over the years the fundamental design principles of Word have not. Like any tool if you take the time to learn Word fundamentals the path to a solution is much easier. To illustrate this here a short summation of how knowing Word fundamentals would have worked for me to resolve your particular frustration. I had used Word for many years before the ribbon interface was introduced in 27 and had produced hundreds of books using various non-ribbon versions of Word from the very early 199s through the mid-2s. With nopelling reason to change from Word 23 I had decided to wait until the inevitable UI glitches had been resolved before upgrading. I finally made the plunge to Word 21 in 211 after a year travel sabbatical where I hadn use Word even once. The UI was obviously very italic different to what I was used to with Word 23 and I at first found it frustrating because the tools I needed seemed to be tucked away in obscure places. While I don recall the specifics for the numbering problem you cite Im certain I would have run into it since almost every book I produce uses that of numbering. So how would I have figured it out? First I knew that page numbering is a section attribute italic . Attributes apply to Word objects and Sections are one of the fundamental objects of any Word document. I knew that page numbers can be displayed in various formats; including Roman and Arabic. I knew that page numbers can be reset in Word. I knew that the mostmon place for page numbers is within headers and footers. Okay so where should I look for the tools to manage changing page numbers from Roman to Arabic? Where would this new ribbon interface deal with headers and footers? Oh yeah another fundamental burned-in to Word UI italic is that double- or right-clicking brings up con-related choices. I would have double-clicked in the header area and voilue a Page Number pulldown appeared on the new con-sensitive ribbon. Some of the options made no immediate sense but hovering over them presented a number of fly-out options with reasonably-clear meanings (another fundamental of Word UI) italic . But the Format Page Numbers option had the ellipses () so that meant it would open a dialog box (another fundamental in Word UI) italic . Sure enough there was the familiar Page Number Format dialog I knew so well. Start to finish? Probably less than a minute because I knew the fundamentals italic . (And some time later I probably realized the same dialog was also available from the Insert ribbon. I might also have used the Help feature although at that time it was still a work in progress. It has improved dramatically since.) So how would that have worked for you? Ill assume you have a reasonably new version of Word but with less experience and a more limited understanding of Word fundamentals than me you would have taken somewhat longer to find the same dialog. Perhaps you found it from Help or an online search. But would the dialog make sense to you and help you resolve your problem? You knew that you wanted to change the format of the numbers so you would probably tried the pull-down to see that it would allow you to change the number format. The Include chapter numbers might be a bit of a puzzle and perhaps the word style would conjure upplications (styles are another fundamental aspect of Word but unrelated to your immediate quest here) italic . Ill assume you noticed that the details were greyed-out until the box was checked so skipped investigating those options. Ah the bottom part appears to provide means to set a starting number and using the buttons would reveal that you could set a new starting number to 1.n But italic would you understand the significance of the word section in the radio button option above? If it meant nothing to you I can guarantee you would be setting yourself up for frustration. If you missed that important fundamental cue you would immediately see that the result was not quite what you expected because different numbering requires a new section italic . Bottom line? If you don take the time to learn the fundamentals of any software program you are certain to hit frustrations when you use it in anything more than the most simplistic way. With a good grasp of the basics your brain will be better-prepared to make the necessary intuitive italic leaps to find a solution. Despite what uninformed people may tell you Word is not italic simple to use. It isn particularly hard either but you definitely need to invest time to learn how to use it effectively and without frustration. If you only ever need to prepare simple ad hoc short documents many very basic editors will suffice. But if you want to use Word effectively italic plan to research about how sections styles field codes and Word objects work. You should also invest some time in learning basics about Word UI and how the developers have implementedmon approaches to provide con-sensitive access to the most likely routes to a needed feature. horizontal-rule Oh yeah and as to Why doesn't anyone create a better alternative to Microsoft Word? italic many have tried. Most have faded from prominence for a variety of reasons but the same principles about needing to learn the fundamentals would apply to any of them. There are other excellent SW products currently available that do some tasks demonstrably better than Word (such as InDesign for excellent colour & typography; and LaTeX forplex layouts & formulae) but you will find their interfaces equally obscure unless you spend similar time learning the fundamentals of those italic tools. There just no getting away from investing the time to learn the basics.
How do I paginate a Word Doc so that the numbers start on page 8?
Insert a page number nInsert Header & Footer Page Number Top of Page (or italic Bottom of Page if you prefer) italic choose one of the page number formats italic