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Two Page Numbering Schemes in Same Document - Word 2010

Q: Two Page Numbering Schemes in Same Document - Word 2010

I am trying to format a very long manuscript and am having a page numbering issue.

I know how to link/unlink headers and footers and create numbering within sections. So, my chapters are sectioned and numbered and each chapter starts with page 1.

I also need a running total of pages. I can't seem to have two formats in the same header (a section page numbering and an overall page numbering) so I planned to put the chapter numbers in the headers (unlinked to previous) and the total page numbering in the footer because they can still be linked.

Sounded good, but when I format the page numbering to start with '1' in the header, even though it is unlinked, the page formatting changes in the footer.

Is there any way around this?

I'm using Word 2010 in Microsoft Office Professional 2010 and Windows 7 Professional, if that helps.

Thanks.
Fr8549

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A: Two Page Numbering Schemes in Same Document - Word 2010

Is this website any help for you.

Insert page x of y page numbers in just one section - Office Blogs

Or this one.

10 steps to setting up page numbering in Word sections - TechRepublic

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I have a word file with page numbering starting at 227. From page 246 is the two column index. But at that point the page numbers go wonky, repeats number of first page 227 or numbers repeat on successive pages. I have tried compiling the index as a separate file then adding it to the end of the main file all to no avail. Is this a nother famous MS Word glitch of which I am so far unaware?
I assume it is due to some disconnect or internal confusion when the two-columned pages start. How do I get it to work properly with page numbers in proper numerical sequence from start to end of this document?
Thanks

A:Page numbering problem in Word 2010

These MS website may help you.

Number pages differently in different sections - Word

Page Numbering Problem w/Word 2010 - Microsoft Community

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I have Word 2010 (trial version) installed on a Dell E6520 laptop with the i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, and Win 7/Pro SP1.

I am trying to create a document with 3 sections:

Section 1: Title page (not numbered)

Section 2: Preface material, 3 + pages, using i, ii (etc.) (in a footer) numbering starting at i, with format to be (page number) of (number of pages), to include only the number of pages in this section (for example, i, ii, iii, iv, v). The page number format I want is Page i of v).

Section 3: Content, multiple pages (perhaps 50 or more), using 1, 2 (etc.) (in a footer) numbering, starting at 1, with format to be (page number) of (number of pages), to include only the number of pages in this section (for example, 1, 2, 3, . . . 49, 50). The page number format I want is Page 1 of 50).

At this point, I have the three sections. I have the number formatting correct.

However, no matter what I do, I cannot get the number of pages correct in each section. That field in each section's footer reflects the number of pages in both sections 1 and 2. That is, as I add pages in Section 3, the number of pages changes in both sections 2 and 3 (although the formatting, i vs 1 remains consistent in each section). And yes, I have disabled the "Link to Previous" feature, and yes, I have used the Header & Footer Tools/Quick Parts/ Field/Page and NumPages fields.

So . . . what do I have to do to fix the number of pages display? I searched this forum without success.
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A:Solved: Word 2010 Page Numbering Problem

Hi mlmorris,

If I understand you correctly you want:
Section 1 : no page numbering
Section 2: i of iii, ii of iii, iii of iii
Section 3: 1 of 50 , 2 of 50....50 of 50

OK.

1 You need footer 'different first page' and remove any page numbering set.
2. You need 'start at 1' for each section page number
3. You are probably using NUMPAGES for the 'y' part of 'page x of y', you should be using SECTIONPAGES i.e. not the number of pages in the whole document, instead the number of pages in that section.
Edit the footer and replace the 'y' by insert field SECTIONPAGES. (you can get it from Quickparts on the Insert ribbon.
LOL
Hew
 

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I am working on a 172 page document with several sections. I am editing the document and need to change the page numbers in the footer. When I manually do this and save it, all the pages in that section revert to 3-1 (odd pages) or 3-2 (even pages). How do I fix this problem?
 

A:Change Numbering on Word Document

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I used to know how to do this but I have forgotten... I need to have the numbers for Section 1 (title page, TOC, etc) be like i, ii, iii, etc... and then Section 2 (Chapter 1) needs to be page 1. Nothing I've tried is working, and I know this is simple, I've just forgotten how to do it! Thank you for your help!!
 

A:Solved: Page numbering in Word 2007... different numbering for Section 1 and Section

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This question is about using "Page {PAGE} of {NUMPAGES}."

I've read many solutions for this online and in MS's help files. None of them are working, and it really has me perplexed because I consider myself an advanced user.

My document is a book:

The first page of my book is a cover page. It shouldn't be counted in page numbering.
Beginning on the second page, my book has a TOC and then 9 chapters.
The TOC and each chapter are set up in their own sections. (I do this because I include the chapter's name - which is the section name - in the footer along with page numbers. It also facilitates creating the TOC)
I want the TOC to be counted as Page 1
All of that works fine for the {PAGE} page number. To accomplish it, I told Word to start counting page numbers from 0, and I suppressed displaying the number on the Cover. Then for subsequent pages I selected "Continue from previous section."
My issue is that I really want to show both the current page and the total number of pages ("Page {PAGE} of {NUMPAGES}") in the footer.

When I try that, {PAGE} displays correctly, but {NUMPAGES} shows one too many. It is obviously counting the cover page.

Evidently what I did in #5 above only affects the count for {PAGE} and not for {NUMPAGES}.

All over the web I find the simple solution of using a formula field for {NUMPAGES} as follows:
=1+{NUMPAGES}

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A:Solved: Word 2007 Page Numbering: Make {NUMPAGES} start counting from Page 2?

I was just messing with the same issue and found a solution:

{={NUMPAGES}-1}

This may look exactly like something you tried already but here is the difference:

Instead of typing in the curly braces ( { ) manually, you have to hit "Ctrl-F9" to insert a field, then do the same for the braces around "NUMPAGES". You wind up with a field inside a field. That way it interprets the "NUMPAGES" as your document property, returns a number like "42", then the next field takes the equation "= 42 - 1" and returns "41". If you don't use "CTRL-F9" to enter the "NUMPAGES" field, it sees the first curly brace and stops, seeing it as a syntax error.

Hope it works for you! It worked for me!
-cheers
 

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I am knee deep in writting up my final dissertation and need some help.

I need to number my pages but not from the first page. I looked online and it said I should have an option to number pages from the page I was on but that was not the case.

I then read that you can insert an header and the page will be numbered from there, again I could not get this to work.

I know in word 2007 you can generate a contents page that will show the page number of all my subsections and headings but I have no clue how to do this and until I get the page numbers working I cannot do it anyway.

If anyone can help me please reply, I don't want to do my usualy trick of having two documents, one the body of the work and the other all the pages that are not numbered because it will take for ever at this point.
 

A:Need help making a contents page and page numbering word 2007

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I have tried unsuccessfully to place numbering in sections of my dissertation. I have gone through the steps in many tutorials without success and had many other people try for me but they are not able to get the numbering to work. I sure could use some help, nursepattyb
 

A:Numbering in Word 2010

Before we do anything to compromise your dissertation, have you attempted to follow the numbering procedures on a brand new document? The Normal.dotm file may be causing your problems. Here is a link to read and decide if you want to proceed. One change may be in order. Perhaps instead of deleting any copies of Normal.dotm, right click and rename to normal.dotm2. If you have to start over, you could then delete the new .dotm files the system creates, and rename .dotm2 back to .dotm and you'd be back where you started from, at the least. Possibly you may need to disable addins for word 2010 (google it) or disable any anti-virus you are using (for testing purposes). (If you have more than 1 antivirus program, you must permanently kill 1 of them, never have 2 running!)
 

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I have a form that needs to have a three digit number (identifier) generated and visible on the form each time the document is opened (new number, next in sequence) and saved. I am trying to use a Macro but I keep getting an error that says "Autonew() ambiguous identifier" or something like that. I am not a programmer so I need very specific and easy steps to follow to accomplish this. The sooner the better, as I have been trying to get this done for 2 weeks now and I'm not having any luck.
thanks!
This is the macro code, and the error is "Compile Error: Ambiguous name detected: Autonew()"
Sub AutoNew()
'
' Autonew Macro
'
'
Sub AutoNew()
Order = System.PrivateProfileString("C:\Settings.Txt", _
"MacroSettings", "Order")
If Order = "" Then
Order = 1
Else
Order = Order + 1
End If
ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("Order").Range.InsertBefore Format(Order, "00#")
ActiveDocument.SaveAs FileName:="path" & Format(Order, "00#")
End Sub
End Sub
 

A:sequential numbering on Word 2010 Doc

Hi

This usually means that you have 2 macros with the same name. Check in all modules including Normal modules for the other Autonew() macro.
 

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Hi all,

I have again a problem with my word. I am using quick style headers. And i am adding new topic title with number. In Main title, there is no problem about numbering but when i come to sub-titles, numbers become 1.1, 1.1.1, etc instead of 2.1, 2.1.1.. I tried to modify it but it doesn't work. So how can i get rid of this problem?

A:[MS Word 2010] Problem in numbering the heading

Highlight that paragraph, Right click - Numbering - Set numbering value - Continue from previous list - Advanced value (if required)

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I'm using MS Word 2010. I've set up three levels of headings using styles. I've set them up to be:

1. HEADING
1.1 Heading
1.1.1 Heading
2 HEADING
2.1 Heading
2.1.1 Heading

And instead I'm getting:
1. HEADING
1.1 Heading
1.1.1 Heading
2. HEADING
1.2 Heading
1.1.2 Heading

What have I done wrong?

Thank you!
 

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In Word, I want to add automatic page numbering to my document. But suppose I have some X number of title pages that I don't want numbered. How can I have no numbers or headers at all on pages 1 through X, and then start the page numbering only on some arbitrary page X+1, and have the numbering offset, so that page X+1 is numbered p.1, page X+2 is numbered p.2, etc.?
 

A:How to start Word's page numbering on a different page?

a horrible question

you're wanting to use section breaks to define specific parts of your document
- have some sections without page numbers, then some with page numbers
- and the page numbers starting at a specific number on a specific page and going in order from there
right ?

see Dreamboat's webpage for some initial info.

ex:
your first section should have the unnumbered pages
your next section should have the numbered pages

you create a section break by clicking on 'insert' from the menu bar and choosing 'break'
normally use 'next page' when it asks what kind of break you want
it helps to have the option selected to show all characters, marks etc so you can see where the breaks are (tools, options, formatting marks)

you format the numbering through page numbering, also in the 'insert' section (i don't use this option)
or
through the header/footer options - you can insert a page number, insert the number of pages, or format the page number (ie where it starts etc)

this is one of the most frustrating things to master in word (in my opinion ) because it seems to have it's own logic
- once you get the hang of it, it works well

http://ca.geocities.com/jbcalg/pagedoc.htm
is a very simple example [forum doesn't allow .doc attachments)
- no page number on page one
- page number on page two, starting at 1

note: when printing, your printer sees all pages without knowing what page number you gave it
- so wit... Read more

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I use Word 2002.

How do I format page numbering in a document that has

- a title page, for which I want no page number,

- a few pages of table of contents, for which I want Roman numbers starting with ii, and

- the rest of the document for which I want Arabic page numbers displayed as page x of y, centered on the footer, with x starting at 1 and y being the total number of Arabic numbered pages (i.e., not counting the title page and table of contents)?

I tried inserting a section page break at the end of the table of contents pages, then using the header/footer pagexofy insert, formatting the first page as number 1 and manually replacing the total number of pages, but the table of contents pages stil showed as Arabic numbers.

Thanks!

A:Page Numbering In Word

There is no automatic way to do that. You can set a different first page, but the i ii iii is the killer. Im pretty sure office 2007 can do this, but Ive never seen anyone do it with 2k.

The simplest way would be to have 2 different documents. First one has different first page with no header, then the i ii iii numbering, and the second document has the page x of y numbering.

Its View->Header and Footer.

Billy3

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how do i get MS Word to insert page numbers, but to skip the first 2 pages .... i can get it to skip the first page, but not the first 2. i tried doing it manually, but doesn't work.

and on the 3rd page (1st 2 are skipped), I need it to start at page 1 ....

anyone?
 

A:page numbering in MS Word

Insert a section break at the end of the 2nd page. Then start the numbering from the beginning of the new section.

Rgds,
Andy
 

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I need to suppress page numbers from 4 pages in different locations in a Word document. The document has 479 pages in all. I had to insert these 4 pages into the existing document. So that I do not have to re-page number the entire document I want to leave these 4 pages without page numbers. My first insert page is after page 192 and I want the page that follows this insert page to stay as page 193. Is there a way I can do this without redoing the entire document. I have the page numbers as footers. Thanks, gambergirls
 

A:Page Numbering in WORD

Hey Gambergirls

Does the page have to be included in the document file?

If not the non-technical way of doing it would be to insert a blank page into the document where you need the insert and create the insert in a new word file, without page numbering!

Hope it Helps!

Rutter
 

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Hi, anybody offer any advice with a word document.
I have around 100 pages with section breaks and different page orientation.
Its fine until page 50, I move to the next page and it says page 52.
With it the Page 1 of 100, etc moves from page 50 of 100 to page 52 of 100.
How can I get it to show me page 51? Tried everything I can think of.
Thanks.
 

A:Page numbering in Word

Hi mrbud,

You say that you have tried everything so maybe you have already covered this!

Have you switched on show formating marks (the funny button symbol to the left of the zoom control)?

This would show you where you have section breaks, page breaks etc.

Looks like you have an extra page break that needs removing.

lol
Hew
 

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I have a document with several sections. The first 2 pages are not numbered. The TOC is numbered Page i, Page ii, Page iii, etc. Then in the next section I would like Page 1 of (number of pages remaining in document. So the whole document is 80 pages, but I want the footer to include Page 1 of 77. On other thing to note is that I have "Even/Odd" footers, too.

I have tried the formula with the Cntr F9, but that gives me a syntax error.

Here is the formula that I have tried.

{={NUMPAGES}-6}

I have also tried to just use QuickParts SectionPages, but that only adds up the pages in a section. I want all the sections to add up with the exception of the first 2.

Can you help?

MK
 

A:Word Page Numbering HELP!!!

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Is there a way to include in the footer of a document the total page number of the document minus the first 3 pages. For example: I don't want to include the first 3 pages because they are a table of contents. I have many section breaks in this document of over a hundred pages so entering the field sectionpages doesn't give me what I'm looking for. Is there another field that might exist to include the total number pages of many sections but not the entire document?

Thank you!
 

A:page numbering in word

You didn't mention which version of Word you are using, but my reply applies to 2003 and 2000.

I write novels using Word 2003, and I insert Section Break after the title page to start the page numbering of the new section. Then, after accessing View/Header or Footer, I type in my last name/title and close. Next, I click on Insert/Page Numbers and indicate where I want them to appear, that I don't want the first page of the section numbered and -- this is important to you -- click on FORMAT. Down at the bottom, click on Start With (which deselects Same as Previous Section) and confirm that the appropriate page number appears or change it to whatever you need. Click OK and OK to get out, and your section and page numbers should work for you.

Let us know if this fixes your problem.
 

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Hi,

How do i add page numbering with a "/" as a seperator

For example you have 3 pages :
First page 1/3
second page 2/3
third page 3/3

Thanks
 

A:Word 2007 Page numbering

{page}/{numpages}
 

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I have inserted page numbers into an 100 page book in Word 3. When I print the manuscript the numbers only appear on every second page. Where have I gone wrong?
 

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Because I write letters in English and Spanish, I have 2 different letterheads. The English one produces (in Enlish the word Page and the page number. However, how can I train the Spanish version to read Pagina?
 

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Hi,

I'm having trouble sorting out page number positioning. I need to put a landscape orientated page into my document (which i'm also not sure how to do) but keep the page number in the same position. On the rest of the document i've got the number at the bottom in the centre and i need the number on the landscape page in the same position as if it were a normal page. I'm very frustrated!
 

A:Word 2007 Page numbering

see attachment . .

BTW, I have had lots of problems getting Word page numbering to do anything I want it to, so I understand your frustration.

Hope this Helps.
 

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Hi,

I'm writing a thesis that includes a cover page, table of contents, and abstract. I have set up the page numbering so that the cover page is page 0 and that does not appear on the cover page. So my table of contents begins at page 1, my abstract at page 2, and the body of my paper on page 3. I would like the ToC and abstract to be i and ii, respectively, so the paper starts on page 1. Is this possible?

Thanks,
Donnie
 

A:Word 2000- Page Numbering

Aye it is if you use section breaks. Add a section break after the page you want to have the roman numerals. Then go into your header and footer for section 2 and turn off "link to previous" on the toolbar. Now go to section 1's footer and change it to roman numerals via the "Format page number" icon on the toolbar.
 

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Hey All,

I have a question about MS Word Web Application that is a part of Windows Sky Drive. How do I insert page numbers on the web application? I use IE 8 and have found Google Docs too slow.

Jack
 

A:Solved: Page Numbering in MS Word Web App?

Hi Jack,
It doesn't look like you can add page numbers directly in the web app. According to Microsoft, they're hidden in editing mode so you have to use the Open in Word command. The changes you make there are reflected in the web app when you save it. Hope that helps.
 

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Hi,

We have an interesting issue with page numbering using the "page x of y" auto insert feature in word 97.

Very long documents are correctly numbered in footer with 1 of 2, 2 of 2 etc

However after going out of word and opening the same doc again we get 1 of 1, 2 of 1 or even 20 of one?

Even people who email docs from elsewhere that get opened have the same problem.

We have -

Removed office and reinstalled
Reloaded the OS and office.

It still persists. There are two people with this issue.

MS ofice site has nothing after many different searches.
 

A:word 97 page numbering error

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Is it possible to number pages in a Word document in the format "1 of n, 2 of n, 3 of n......etc" where n is the total number of pages in the document, and if so......how?!!

Many thanks in anticipation.

John B.
 

A:Solved: Page numbering in MS Word

There are several ways to do this. The most comprehensive way is a bit tricky, so I'll leave that out.

Most likely you'll want to put page numbers in the footer. Here's a really easy way to do that:
Click View-->Header and Footer.

In the Header and Footer toolbar, depress the Switch Between Header and Footer button. You can hold the mouse over different buttons to see their names; in the default toolbar, it is the ninth button from the left.

Once the cursor has been placed in the footer, in the Header and Footer toolbar, click Insert AutoText. This opens a small list of commonly used texts or phrases.

From the list, select Page X of Y.
You can use AutoText anywhere in the document; I gave instructions for editing the Footer because that's the most common application. You can click
Insert-->AutoText from the menu bar at any point in the document to make an AutoText insertion.

HTH

chris.

[edit]
Eh, I might as well include the comprehensive way. Word has a number of field codes that handle this sort of thing. There is a field code called PAGE that displays the number, or index, of the current page. There is also a field code called NUMPAGES that displays the total count of all the pages in the document (which, technically, is a collection). The AutoText Page X of Y is actually Page { PAGE } of { NUMPAGES } (the braces {} denote field codes). You can use those field codes as necessary to make custom page numbers. Check Word's help files for... Read more

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Hi

So I'm currently working on this paper using ms word 2007. I understand the whole ideal of page numbering where you go to the insert ribbon, go to page numbering a viola, the pages are numbered.

But, here is my dilemma. I have like 20 pages, but I only want pages 1- 15 numbered and I've tried everything to go about doing so including manually numbering the pages which, only makes the number the same on every page.

I want to know if there is anyway to only number like pages 1-15 and leave the rest unnumbered?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
 

A:PAge Numbering in ms word 2007

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I've inserted a TOC in the middle of a document which I am NOT using as a TOC. I wanted to use it for the formatting to write a list. Now that it is there the page numbers have restarted from this page on. I've tried going through the pages and selecting continue from previous section for the page numbering. I've also gone through the footers and selected link to previous section but nothing will continue the page numbering without just setting the page number manually. I would prefer that it is linked so that any future modifications to the document don't get messy.
 

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Prior to upgrading to Word 2010 I was able to number the rows in a table by entering an AutoNum field in the left-hand column. Now in Word 2010, fields are located under Quick Parts on the Insert tab of the Ribbon, but when I click that button after selecting the column in my table, Field is greyed out on the drop-down list. How can I enter an AutoNum field a table, or is there another way to number rows? The beauty of the AutoNum option is that it allows adding, deleting, or moving rows while still keeping all rows numbered sequentially.
 

A:Solved: Trouble numbering rows in a Word 2010 table

Hi Harry,
You can select the column where you want the numbers and hit the numbering button on the Home tab in the paragraph block. That will apply sequential numbering and keep the numbering if you add or delete rows. Hope that helps.
 

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I have just completed a 65 page document in Word, based on an original which might have been written in Serif PagePlus by me several years ago. A problem has arisen for me over numbering the new pages because some pages from the original are embedded at the top of the page. Because of alterations these are now wrong, but how can I get rid of them ? If I was working in Serif PagePlus I could paint them out. Or I could transfer said pages to Serif PhotoPlus and do the same thing, but how to get them back into Word? A pdf is possible but exceedingly laborious. Scan, Tippex out and return individually is a possibility but would take hours. The numbers are in the new Word Headings area. Complications arise because the document consists of text, photos, diagrams and charts. Anyone any ideas please ? Thanks.

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While changing my sections for footnotes, the page numbers changed with it. Footnotes were to be sectioned and pages were to be continuous. Now both are sectioned and I can't seem to fix it. Any ideas on how to make my page numbers continuous but my footnotes not.
 

A:Word 2007, page numbering messed up

So go into the footer where the page number is wrong. Tell the page numbering to be continuous. I don't have 2007 here, so I can't give you exact instructions.
 

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Hello,

I'm making a magazine with numbered pages. I don't want the back or front cover to have numbers, so I inserted section brakes and made sure the headers were not linked. I succeeded in getting page numbers to not be on the back or front covers.

But heres the catch: The first page starts numbered at two. Naturally I tried changing the Page Number Formatting to start at 0 instead of 1. However, it literally starts at the number 0.

Slippery little bugger. I can't get it to be 1 no matter what I set it to start at. Any ideas?

Thanks!
 

A:Solved: [Word 2007] Page Numbering Bug

Hi Skunky, welcome to TSG.

You say you tried to start the page numbering at 0, but did you try to start the page numbering at 1? I'm assuming you did, since you said you've tried multiple things, but just want to check to make sure.
 

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How do I adjust page numbering in Word Perfect so that the first page. (The title page of my document) has no number but the rest of the pages follow in sequence? In MS Word, there is a "Show page numbering on first page." that can be checked or unchecked. I can't find that in Word Perfect.

Jack
 

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I need to know how to start page numbering after several pages into my file. I want to start numbering with 1 at about the seventh page. The first six pages will have no numbers. Office Help refers to Section breaks. I'm not sure I understand which Section break to use.
 

A:Solved: WORD 2003 - Page Numbering

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We are having trouble getting the page numbers to start with page 1 on the 3rd page of the document.

I tried making a new section starting on page 3 so that it is page 1 but it also numbers the 2 pages in the top section and when I delete them - they ALL go away on the whole document.

I think word on windows is going to make me lose my mind! LOL I love Word 4 on my old mac - it is so reasonable.

Please help! Even the Word for Dummies book is not helping.

A:Page Numbering Issues Word 2007

Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .. Read the Links below ...

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Hi everyone:

I know my way around Word pretty well, but I am REALLY stuck on this one .. UGH .. lol

I have a document, where I have "Chapter - Heading 1" set for each of the main headers so that these not only show in the Table of Contents, but also so that the page numbers have the chapter number included.

(e.g., Chapter 1 - page 1-1)

Problem is .... the chapter numbering, does not go sequentially with what I am trying to do .. (e.g., I must skip numbers here and there)

25
26
27
28
30
35
etc.

I have figured out that by having the "Style" applied to the main headings and by right clicking and choosing "set numbering value" it will skip to whatever number I want ... BUT ... the page number stays attached to the previous section (as I'm using section breaks) and doesn't update.

Example:

I need to go from 28 to 30 ... was able to change the Chapter Heading number to 30, but the page numbering stays at 28-[ ] ....

Help Please !!!!
 

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Hello All

Win 7 Prof 32 bit
Office 2010

I've been trying to create a Task in Outlook from a Word Document that I have created on this computer. The idea is that a shortcut to the document is created as an Outlook Task. Click on the shortcut, and voila - there is the document.

The "Create Microsoft Office Task" icon DOES send the document to Outlook as a Shortcut in a Task, however, when I open the task, Outlook says:"Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments: Shortcut to 'document name'."

It's NOT an unsafe attachment; Outlook WILL OPEN this document if I send it as an email attachment. Outlook will open .docx files types.

This is a one person computer...no network, no sharing. And this problem has been driving me crazy. This would be a wonderful feature, if I can get it to work.

Anyone have any ideas what I (or Outlook) are doing wrong?

Thanks for your help
Barb

A:Creating a Task in Outlook 2010 from a Word 2010 Document

I think this will do the job for you:
Add & Create Outlook 2010 Tasks From Word 2010

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You can create a task from Word 2010 document and save it under Outlook 2010 tasks. This feature is by default concealed but you can make it apparent on Quick Access toolbar and use it directly.

In order to use this feature, you need to make this feature apparent on Word 2010 Quick Access Toolbar, head over to Quick Access Toolbar and from small drop down button click More Commands.

You will reach Word Options dialog. Hit drop-down button present beneath the Choose commands and select All Commands. Now scroll-down the list and find Create Microsoft Outlook Task command. Select it and click Add (>>) to show it on Quick Access toolbar pane. Once added, hit OK.

First save the document and then select any portion of the text in the document from which you want to create the task, from Quick Access toolbar, click Outlook task button.

Upon click, it will create Outlook task for the Word document and you will reach Outlook Task dialog where you can set Start and Due date for the task and add more information about it. Save & close the task to view it under Outlook tasks.

When opening task in Outlook 2010, you can also view the document from which it was created from, just double-click the document to open it.

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I have written a 20 page booklet with the page setup as A5 size, which will be printed on A4 paper.

Pages 1 and 2, and 19 and 20 will form the front and back cover, with page 1 showing an illustration, page 2 blank, and pages 19 and 20 showing maps. These pages should NOT show any page numbers.

I want real page numbers to show only on pages 3 to 18 as 1 through 16.

After page 2 I inserted a next page section break and another after page 18. I then clicked Insert, Page Numbers on page 3 and the numbers 1 onwards appear as footnotes until page 18 (as 16), which is correct.

BUT page 1 and 2 now appear at the bottom of real pages 19 and 20 and when I attempt to delete these last two, by double-clicking on the footnote, selecting the footnote number and pressing delete, ALL the page numbers disappear. I really want page numbers to show only on pages 3 through 18.

Can anyone offer any solution, please?

johnni
 

A:Solved: Page numbering problem in Word 2000

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In Word 2002, I have quite an extensive macro that inserts text, tables and graphics. Some of the tables are supposed to have their borders turned off.

My beginning of the macro opens a new document, does the page setup and then adds page numbering.

This is the code.:

Documents.Add DocumentType:=wdNewBlankDocument

ActiveWindow.View.Type = wdPrintView

With ActiveDocument.PageSetup
.Orientation = wdOrientPortrait
.TopMargin = InchesToPoints(0.3)
.BottomMargin = InchesToPoints(0.5)
.LeftMargin = InchesToPoints(0.5)
.RightMargin = InchesToPoints(0.5)
.Gutter = InchesToPoints(0.5)
.HeaderDistance = InchesToPoints(0)
.FooterDistance = InchesToPoints(0.2)
.PageWidth = InchesToPoints(8.5)
.PageHeight = InchesToPoints(11)
.MirrorMargins = True
End With

With ActiveDocument.Sections(1)
.Footers(wdHeaderFooterPrimary).PageNumbers.Add _
PageNumberAlignment:=wdAlignPageNumberCenter, _
FirstPage:=True
End With
When I run the macro with the “ActiveDocument.Sections(1)” commented out, the tables show no borders like they are supposed to. If I Un-Comment the “ActiveDocument.Sections(1)” and run the macro, all the tables have their borders on. Anyone have an idea why?

Actually, I would like to have the Odd page numbers on the right and the Even page numbers on the left but I had some trouble getting that to work correctly so I settled for having the page numbers in the center on all pages. If you could help me with the code to get the Odd/Even page numbering to work, I’... Read more

A:Word VBA Page Numbering turns Table borders on.

I know nothing about using Word macros so I'm sorry I can't help. But what you're doing seems an exceedingly complicated way to generate a new document. How often do you do it? Why don't you just set your document template to a layout of different odd and even page header and footer?
 

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Hey All,

This refers to Page Numbering while working on a document in Google Docs and transferring it to Word. As well as working on a document in Word and transferring it to Google Docs. In assuming these questions assume that this just a general school paper with no advanced formatting such as macros, charts, tables, or graphics Just a conventional average 5-8 page paper that is text only

Which of the following seems to work better?

1.) Creating a document in Google Docs and than after finishing it, opening it in Word and adding page numbers in Word?

2.) Creating a document in Word, and than after finishing it, opening it up in Google Docs (Converted to Google Docs format) and than adding page numbers in Google Docs?

*Note that in the instance of example #1 and #2 the document at first has no page numbers.

3.) Now suppose a document is created in Word already with page numbers. How well will Google Docs convert the document?

4.) Now suppose a document is created in Google Docs with page numbers. How well will that convert to Word? For reference, I use Word 2010. In answering this question, mention what version of Word that you have.

Jack
 

A:Recommendations For Page Numbering? (Word and Google Docs)

Wouldn't it have bern easier to just try it?
 

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Help please. My microsoft word 7 is giving me a headache. When i press enter the new paragraph becomes double-spaced instead of single spaced like the rest of the document. The other problem is that when i add page numbers the first page begins with number 2 instead of number 1. Your help will be appreciated. For paragraph spacing i've tried the line and page breaks box and it doesn't work. Thank you!!!
 

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I am having troubling with page numbering.

I have a large document that has Annexes A and B. These are both new sections and I have the numbering starting at page 1. I have formatted the numbering and put it in the footer. The format is as follows:

A-1 of 10

The "1" is automatically generated with the {PAGE} code and the "A" and the "10" are entered manually. Therefore, if the Annex A grows or shrinks, I must change the "10" manually.

So I have two problems. I must change the total number of pages in the section manually and the other problem has to do with the Table of Contents.

When the TOC is generated, it does not see the "A" and thus numbers the pages 1,2,3, ...etc. I have to manually enter "A-" before each page number.

Any solutions to these problems would be appreciated.
 

A:Microsoft Word 2000 Page Numbering...egads!

Therefore, if the Annex A grows or shrinks, I must change the "10" manually.

Instead of typing the 10, Insert-Field, Document numbering, and choose SecPages (section pages).

I have to manually enter "A-" before each page number.

That is correct unless you make the A part of a numbering format in the heading style that you're using for your TOC. Also, when you insert the page number, you must format it to "include chapter number".

The whole setup of a doc with Appendices just sucks. Sorry.
 

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I am trying to fix a problem for the fire company. There is a 24 page WORD document with a footer that provides for page numbering. However, the program insists on calling the first page "2." I have indicated it should start page numbering with "1" to no avail. It is as if there is an invisible page that the program sees as page one.

Before I manually numbered the pages, I thought I would seek your help.

Thanks, {redoak}
 

A:Solved: Auto page numbering problem in WORD doc

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Hi,

I want to print a document with booklet-style page numbering; ie. odd pages have numbers in bottom-right corner and even pages have numbers in bottom-left corner. Is this possible to do in Word 2007?

I am searching the posts for this topic now and haven't seen anything yet. But I only have tonight to finish this so if anyone knows how to do this your quick reply is much appreciated!
 

A:Solved: Word 2007 Booklet style page numbering?

Just stumbled onto this tip in case anyone else is wanting to do this:
http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/msoffice/?p=363
 

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G'day,
When I download save or display a word document which is locked some of the fonts change and this makes the documant look bad and as a result it is not paged correctly.
I am using Windows 7 and MS Office Home & Business 2010.
If I use a different computer which is XP and 2003 the document displays correctly, if I copy this to the Windows 7 PC the document font is changed.
The lock document is a form which has been locked for easy completion.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Nyquest
 

A:Word 2010 changes some fonts in a downloaded locked word document

Found the problem, Windows7 and or MS Office Home & Business 2010 is missing the particular font the document wanted, it was Arial Narrow, once this font was added to the windows/font folder, the document opened correctly.
 

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Hello All,

I manage the maintenance on a corporate jet. I have a Dell Inspiron 6400 laptop running Vista. We use Microsoft Word 2007 for our maintenance log book, oldest maintenance entries to newest. I want WORD to open my logbook document on the last page of the document when I fire it up, not the first. Any ideas? My email address is [email protected].

Thanks, Greg Stultz
 

A:How can I get Word 2007 to open on the last page of a multi-page document?

The only way I know how to do this is using a macro. Open the document and press ALT + F11 to open the VBA editor. In the project explorer window on the left you will need to right click the object labeled "ThisDocument" and choose "View Code"

Paste the code below into the blank code window and save the document. You will need to adjust the macro security level to medium or low from the main Word window by clicking TOOLS --> MACRO --> SECURITY
Code:
Private Sub Document_Open()

Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory

End Sub
You can also accomplish the same action without using a macro by opening the document and clicking CTRL + END to take you to the last page.

Regards,
Rollin
 

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