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I want to have some of page numbers on the left hand side, and some on the right hand side. I know you can do this by simply enabling the option in Word. But I have a restriction: I want to be able to choose on which side a page number has to appear. This is necessary because every new chapter has to start as a 'front page' which means the page number has to be at the right hand side.

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bb010g said, “Make sure all your new chapters are on either even or odd pages, …”

I add, “… by inserting a “Section Break (Even Page)” or a “Section Break (Odd Page)”.

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Indeed. I already found this solution else where on the Internet, but thanks for your answer! – Bram Vanroy Dec 18 '12 at 7:51

Make sure all your new chapters are on either even or odd pages, then use the Different Odd & Even Pages option. You may have some blank space, but that looks to be the only way, as you cannot set individual headers in Word.

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Well, that seems a bit of a hassle. That would mean I should invent a whole page of content so every new chapter starts on an odd page. Cannot do that. – Bram Vanroy Dec 16 '12 at 16:12
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Or a blank page. – bb010g Dec 16 '12 at 16:23
    
I suppose that could be done. – Bram Vanroy Dec 16 '12 at 17:21

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