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Old 01-11-2012, 11:23 AM
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Hello everyone!
I've searched in the forum, but I could not find a response to my problem. In a word document (I use word 2010), I want a different header on every page.
Page 1 - header 1
Page 2 - header 2
Page 3 - header 3... and so on.
I goggled many tames but with no result! Please I need a lithe help! Tks in advance for the answers!
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Hi YooNaaKim,

Depending on how you want your headings related to the document content, this can be done by either STYLEREF fields or by using Section breaks. Other forms of field coding might be an alternative, too.

So, if you can explain your needs a bit more, it should be possible to steer you in the right direction.
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Hi macropod!
I thought I explained well in my message.
I wish to have something like this:
Page 1 header (example Title and date)
Page 2 different from 1 header (example: different Title and date)
Page 3 header different from header 1&2 (example: different Title and date)
Page 4 header different from header 1&2&3 (example: different Title and date).. and so on! On every page a different header!
I'm sorry if I can't explain better, but English is not my major!
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Hi YooNaaKim,

That much I understood. However, as I said, there are various ways of doing this and the best way depends on your document structure. That's why further information is needed.

For example, say you have headings at different levels on each page and you want one of those heading levels to appear in the page header. In that case, using a STYLEREF field would probably be the best approach. But that wouldn't work in other cases.
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Hello again! As i've said, Enghlish is not my major, for this I've uploaded a file to explain better. Also, Word is not my strong point and if I understand well, you are talking about headers at different level and I don't know to work with something like this.
In the attached file, at the top of each page I've got some words. They are different on every page. Those words I want to put it in a header, a different header for each page.
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Hi YooNaaKim,

For that kind of page layout, you'd do best to use 'Next Page' Section breaks between the pages and unlink each Section's header from the previous Section. To create a new page this way:
• choose Page layout > Breaks > Section breaks > Next Page;
• go to the new Section's header and, if the 'Same as previous' tag appears on the right-hand side of the header, click the 'Link to previous' button on the Ribbon's 'header & Footer Tools' tab;
• Edit/Insert your heading.

An alternative, that wouldn't require the above is to modify your table slightly, so that the 'Data evaluării:' line is part of the table, rather than the page header. That way, the same page header can be used throughout the document.
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Hooray! I did it! Thank a lot for your help.
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