Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Making a different first page header or different odd and even pages header
Turn on different headers
1 Open a one-page document and click at the end of the text. On
the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Breaks and then
click Page (shortcut, Ctrl+Enter) twice to insert two manual page
breaks. Then, click in the text on the first page.
2 On the Insert tab, in the Header & Footer group, click Header. Near
the bottom of the gallery that opens, click Edit Header.
Observe the Header tag attached to the dashed line at the bottom
of the header area, which indicates that this is the main header.
3 In the header area, type the text Main header .
TRY ThIs On the Header & Footer Tools | Design contextual
tab, in the Options group, clear the check box for the Different
First Page option. Observe that the header on the first page becomes
an odd-page header containing the text Main Header. Reselect the
check box for the Different First Page option and verify that the
first-page header again displays the text First Page Header. This
demonstrates how hiding a header doesn’t delete it from the