MS word-header footer problem cannot set

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Hello,

I am having some tough time dealing with header and footer in ms office word 2007.

I set the header and footer to a page and set the time and page number and date format. But and I proceed to the next page the date number, and the page remains the same and I do not know what else to do.

I need someone to tell a way to fix it. Please someone kindly help me.

Frank Marlow

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116694

MS word-header footer problem cannot set

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To Set Header / Footer in Microsoft Word 2007

Set Header / Footer in Microsoft Word 2007
  • Click the INSERT TAB
Insert Tab
  • Go across and click on Header or Footer (whichever one you need, Header puts information at top of page, footer puts it at the bottom of page).
  • Select Header or Footer Style (Eg. Blank)

You will now be in the Design Tab

Design tab
  • Go up to the Page Number Icon and Click
  • Select where you want the page number to be (Eg. Top of page or Bottom of page)
  • Go across and choose where you want the number to go (eg. At the left, center or right of page.) 
  • To Set Date & Time
  • Position cursor where you want date & Time to appear.
  • Go up to the Date and Time icon and click on it.
Date Time Format
  • The date and Time window will open
  • Select the Date & Time format that you need
  • Click OK
Close Header Footer Tools
  • Click Close Header & Footer
Answered By 0 points N/A #116693

MS word-header footer problem cannot set

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Hi,

Frank Marlow.

Differentiating the Header and footer or page number is an essential element working in the word field. If you select one kind of header or footer, then the whole document would be same header or footer. But this can be fixed in the following way. Just follow my instructions and your problem will be solved.

So you want to set a different header / footer or page number for next page/pages.

It is not difficult. Just go to the page "set up" options.

For word 2003 [scroll to File tab and select page setup]

For word 2007 & 2010 [click "Page Layout" tab and select page set up]

Page Layout Setup

In the page setup window click the "layout" tab and check the box "Different first page"

You can also select under section select "new page" to go for more or other options as you like.

Setup for New Page

Hope this helps you.

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