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How do I insert page numbers in Word 2010 starting from page 3?
If you want page numbers to start on page 3 without having any on pages 1 and 2 youll want to create a section break at the end of page 2 since page numbering follows sections. You can add this break on the Layout ribbon by pulling down the Breaks menu and select Next Page . Now when you go to the header section youll want to turn off Link to Previous You should be able to use the Insert ribbon to add your page number and youll only see it on pages 3+ and not on pages 1 and 2. Here a quick example I did with a blank document You can see the section break the missing page number on page 1 and a shown page number on page 2.
What is the way to show page numbers in a Word document starting from a specific page?
Footers Page Numbers and Section breaks How do you create different Headers and Footers in a Word document? Say you wanted to have each Chapter in a report have a different Header (Chapter I Chapter 2 etc.). Say that the page numbering in each chapter restarted at Page 1. This little post will show the steps. (footers!) Before You Begin This example uses a sample file. You can practice with your own document if you wish. Sample Windows Deployment Text 213 %2Windows%2Deployment%2Text%2213% Headers and FootersnTry This Insert a Footern Go to page 2 Business OrganizationnGo to Insert -Header & Footer .nClick on Footer. Select Blank (Three columns) This Footer sets up three Tab Stops. What Do You See? A new box will open on the bottom of your document. At the top of the document are the Header and Footer Tools. The rest of your document will appear dim and cannot be edited while you work with the Headers and Footers. What Else Do You See? This Footer has three little Quick Parts that you can edit. 1. Try This Insert the Page Numbern Page numbers are usually placed in the footer. Here are the steps. Before You Begin Place your cursor in the Quick Part on the far right of the Footer where it says Type here . 2. Try This Insert the Page Numbern Go to Header and Footer Tools-Design .nGo to Header & Footer.n Go to Page Number -Current Position .nSelect Accent Bar 2. What Do You See? A new page number should be displayed in the bottom right corner of the Footer. What page number is it showing? You can format the numbering if you wish. 3. Try This Too Format the Page Number Before You Begin Select the page number. It is a Merge field so it will be highlighted light grey when you select it.n n 3. Try This Format Page Numbersn Go to the Header and Footer Tools .nGo to Header & Footer.n Go to Page Number .nClick on Format Page Numbers . 4. Try This Too Edit the Number By Default the Number Format is whole numbers 1 2 3. You can choose letters or Roman numerals. The Page numbering can continue from the previous section or start with a different number. Where Have You Seen This Before? The first pages in a book are often numbered with i ii iii. The first chapter then begins on the right hand page with the number 1. Click OK to close this window. Keep going... More Headers and Footers Did you know that you can have different Headers and Footers for each part of your document? Start with the first page. Usually the first page is different than the rest of the pages. Try it Create a Different First Page Please go to Page to the Header and Footer Tools.n Click on the Design Different First Page. Add this CONFIDENTIAL Prepared for Charlotte's Web Site. nYou can format this Bold and Red. Different Sections Say you had three Sections in your document and you wanted each section to have a different Header or Footer. To do this you need to insert a Break and choose a Continuous Section Break . There are four kinds of Section Breaks Next Page Continuous Even and Odd. 1. Try it Insert a Section Breakn Begin on page your cursor before the headline Issues of to Page Layout.n Find the Page Setup Breaks. Choose Section Breaks -Continuous. Add a Continuous Section Break ton Issues of ConcernnPhase OnenPhase TwonPhase Three Different Headers and Footers Working with the sections requires some thought. The key to making this option work is the Link to Previous mand. When that is turned off you can make each Section have unique Headers and Footers. Try it Remove Link to Previousn Go to page 3 Issues of click the Header to open Computer to the center of the Issues of Concern. Use the Navigation buttons to go to the Next Section Phase 1. Do NOT Link to Previous . (Click it off)nType in the Header Phase it with Phase 2 and Phase 3 too. What Do You See? The Next and Previous Sections should be different. What If It Doesn't Work? Please start again from page 1 and make sure the sections are NOT ed. Then add the . Odd and Even Headers Open any book and you will see that the Headers and Footers are different on the Odd and Even Pages. The Odd pages usually have the name of the chapter. The Even pages may have the name of the section or the name of the book. Try This Create Odd and Even Pagesn Go to Page to the Header and Footer Tools .nGo to Design- Options.n Click Different Odd and Even Pages . The Header for Section 1 will have an Odd Page Header. You may need to use the Page Up and Page Down buttons to navigate to odd and even pages. Memo to Self The Odd pages are on the right side the Even pages are on the left side. That's the way books have been made for a couple hundred years. Thatll work. Please let me know if I answered your question. Thanks eBeth Elizabeth Nofs the Computer Mama New Subscribers Wee s s
How do I insert a page number in Word from a specific page?
I think youre talking about a cross reference which will allow you to insert the page number of a section that might elaborate on a point youre making. Word allows you to create cross-references to each of the following Numbered items Headings Bookmarks Footnotes Endnotes Equations Figures Tables In the following example let say I want to insert a cross reference at the end of the highlighted paragraph (). The See Page has already been d in. On the Insert tab select Cross-reference from the Links section. When the Cross-reference dialog box opens select Numbered item Heading Bookmark or any of the item s in the list above from the Reference drop-down list. Once you select a reference all of those references from your document will be displayed. In this case all the Numbered items are showing. Scroll to the one you want. Make sure that Page number is selected in the Insert reference to section. If you leave Insert as hyper checked clicking on the inserted page number will take you to that spot in your document. Click Insert to close. This is the page number inserted for that reference. If you subsequently insert or delete pages the cross-reference may be incorrect. To update all cross references press Ctrl+A to select the entire document and then press the F9 key which will update all fields.
How do I start page numbers on the second page in Word 2010?
When you go to Insert Header Make sure to select Different First Page. Now you'll need to change the header and footer on both the first page and the second pages. Just leave the header blank for the first page.
How do you put a footer on only one page in Word 2010?
Use section break before and after the page you want the page number to show on. For that section set up a page footer. For the sections before the first section break and after the second section break do not define a footer. Just in case somebody does not how to add a footer
How do I manually insert page numbers in Word 2010?
You make each page in the document a separate section and set the page number of each section to the number you want. Insert a Section Break Then change the section page number by selecting Page Number on the Ribbon Insert Tab