Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
All Word documents have one section. That’s how page formatting works, and it’s why all the
pageformatting commands affect all pages in a document in the same way. When you need to change the
page formatting within a document, you carve out a new section.
Figure 14-1 lists three examples of documents sliced up into sections.
Figure 14-1: Document with sections.
In Example 1, a single document contains two sections. The first section uses Roman numeral page
numbers. The second section uses human numerals.
In Example 2, the document also contains two sections. The first section is a cover page that has no
page numbering. The second section — all the remaining pages — uses page numbering. Also, see
Search JabSto ::

Custom Search