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How to skip footer page numbering for the first 4 pages in Word 2007?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

insert a section break after page 4 and modify the footer in the first section accordingly; the footer in the second section may not be connected with its predecessor.

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In addition to Klaus-Dieter Ost's answer (add a Section Break; note that I think also it must be a page-breaking type, not "continuous"): I think you need to deselect the Link to Previous option when editing the first footer of the new section (ie, page 5) - this makes the footers in the two section in to two distinct sets to edit seperately.

I don't have W2007 to hand (W2003 on this machine) so I can't tell you where the option is unfortunatly.

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