Page 1‡ from the drop-down menu on the right-hand side. · Click on your page name. How to Create Different Headers for Different Pages in Mac OS X Aug 31, 2024 — Open Word. · Select File > New. · Select Pages from the list and click on the 'New Header' button. · Choose from either ‹Page 1‡ or ‹Page 2‡. · Save your document as a new document. Page Numbering and Headers in Mac OS X Sep 26, 2024 — Click the Menu bar icon on the top menu bar. Click on Format. To format the first page of a document, click the first blank page, then choose ‹Page 1‡. Click on your document name to open it in the default page order that Microsoft Word uses. Click the File tab and click on Header. The page number will change automatically. You can choose the page number you want to use from either of two options. Either choose the blank page, then choose ‹Page 2‡, or choose a page that contains words that use the same number. If you choose the second option, only the characters on the page you clicked on will be numbered. Using headers for text in Mac OS X Oct 1, 2024 — The first time you use headers and footers in text documents, they are not formatted into tables, columns, or lines. The only way to make things look right is to format them in tables, columns, or lines, as described below. To do this, open a text document and choose View >> Format. Then choose one of the following three actions to do so: · Choose ‹Page Header from the drop-down menu under the 'Header Style' category. Select the correct table of contents and text line separator. · Choose ‹Page Header, then choose Edit Page Headers. · Choose ‹Table of Contents from the top menu, and under 'Header Type,' select Table of Contents, then choose ‹Line separator to format them accordingly. Text Formatting in Mac OS X Sep 22, 2024 — In text documents, you can type a table of contents and page number using the arrow keys. To choose which table of contents to use, choose Table of contents from the Home ▸ Edit ▸ Table of Contents menu.