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I am having difficulty with creating multiple footers and page numbers within the same document.

RE: Headers/Footers

Hi Jill

Thanks for getting in touch. Is the problem that numbers keep resetting or not following the right order?

Between each part that need different headers / footers, including numbering, you need to have a section break in between.

When you are at a part of the document that needs new numbering, go to Page Layout > Breaks. Choose the section break type that fits what you're trying to do, based on whether you need the content to go on to the next page or not.

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Mon 9 Jun 2014: Automatically marked as resolved.


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