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Set Variable Headers and Footers for Multi-Page Templates

Posted on 10/7/14 12:19 PM by Get Schooled in footers, in headers, in headers and footers, in Microsoft, in microsoft word, in Word, in template, in Tips & Tricks

When you're creating a template, you'll often want the header and footer on the document's first page to be different than the header and footer used on subsequent pages. A letterhead template is a classic example--typically, the first page of the letter should include your company letterhead, whereas subsequent pages should not. However, not all of your letters will be two or more pages in length. How then can you set up the headers and footers for subsequent pages without adding an unwanted extra page to your template? The trick is to create a ghost page in your template, apply the desired header and footer to the ghost page, and then remove the ghost page before you save the template.

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