Hiding page number of the selected pages

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I'm having difficulty changing the page number in my document. What happened is when I attempt to hide the page number of the first page everything will be hidden. How to hide the page number of the selected pages only? Please help. Thanks!   

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104818

Hiding page number of the selected pages

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Solution-1:  Insert section breaks before and after the "different" pages, turn off the Same As Previous in the header or footer of the "different" section and the section after it, and delete the page-number field from the "different" section.
 
Solution-2:  Another method is to use nested IF fields and page-number fields. For this to work, you need to know exactly the page numbers you want to hide — if later editing makes the text shift to other pages, the fields won't adjust automatically. For the example you gave, the field would be
 
{ IF { PAGE } 46 { PAGE } { IF { PAGE } 47 { PAGE } "" } }
 
You have to build this up by pressing Ctrl+F9 to create each pair of field markers. The advantage of this method is that it doesn't need any section breaks.
Answered By 0 points N/A #104819

Hiding page number of the selected pages

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Pls follow below step to getout from this problem :


1. Click at the top of the first page you want numbered.
2. Click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon.
3. Click the Breaks icon in the Page Setup group.
4. Insert a Next Page type section break.
5. Click on the Insert tab on the Ribbon.
6. Click the Header icon and select Edit Header.
7. Deselect Link To Previous in the Design tab that appeared on the Ribbon.
8. Go back to the Insert tab and repeat Steps 5 to 7 for the Footer.
9. If there's a page number in the header or footer for the first section, delete it.
10. Go into the second section.
11. On the Design tab again, click the Page Number icon
12. Click Format Page Numbers.
13. If you want the first section’s page numbers to count but not show, click Continuous.
14. Or, if you want the page numbering to start at one, click Start At. A 1 should show up in the list box adjacent to it.
15. Click OK.
16. Click OK to actually insert the page number.

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