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Old 06-22-2021, 08:38 PM
WJSwanepoel WJSwanepoel is offline index update changes section settings Windows 10 index update changes section settings Office 2007
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Unhappy index update changes section settings

I have a number of sections in my word document. The 4th section is set to start numbering from 1 in stead of continuing from the previous sections numbers.

I also have an index at the end of the document. Now, when I update the index to reflect latest page numbers my 4th sections settings are changed to continue numbering from section 3 rather than starting from page 1.

How can I remedy this?

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Old 06-22-2021, 09:59 PM
WJSwanepoel WJSwanepoel is offline index update changes section settings Windows 10 index update changes section settings Office 2007
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Default Must insert "next page" section break

I found the solution:

One needs to insert a "next page" section break before the INDEX.
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