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Making a different first page header or different odd and even pages header
Making a different first page header or different odd and even pages header
Each section of a Word 2013 document has three headers and
three footers. There is one header and one footer for odd-
numbered pages, another header and footer for even-num-
bered pages, and another header and footer for the first page
of the section. In each section, you can choose which headers
and footers to show and which to hide.
You don’t have to put any text or other content in any of the
headers or footers. When you do put content in one, it’s stored
in the document even while that header or footer is hidden. If
you later show the appropriate header or footer or when the
document grows larger than a single page, the existing content
will reappear.
By default, even-page and first-page headers and footers are
hidden, and the main header and footer appear on all pages.
When you select the Different Odd & Even Pages option, the
main header and footer become the odd-page header and
footer.
Although the following tasks focus on headers, the procedures
are the same when you’re working with footers.
1
Create the main header
1 On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click Show/Hide ¶ (short-
cut, Ctrl+Shift+8).
2 On the Insert tab, in the Header & Footer group, click Header. Near
the bottom of the gallery that opens, click Edit Header.
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