I have a Word document which has portrait page orientation with headers and footers. Now I have to put some tables & illustrations that are too wide to fit into the portrait page - the page need to be oriented landscape.
But when I change page orientation of the page (which is within section bounds) the headers and footers are on the top and bottom of the wide side of the page - which is logically correct, but it breaks the layout of the document. I need the headers and footers to be on the narrow sides of the page, irregardless of the page orientation.
I know, that I can insert the table as a (rotated) picture and never change the orientation of any page of the document - but it is a messy solution.
Does the Word has some mechanism for controlling orientation of headers and footers, or did I just hit the wall of Word limitations as a typesetting tool?