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Old 12-17-2008, 04:34 PM
Dan360 Dan360 is offline
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I used to be able to do this in Word 2003 but I still cant figure out how to do that in Word 2007.

Example, 10 page word doc. Footer on page 1 says "Page 1 of 10", on page 2 it says "Page 2 of 10".

Any help is appreciated.



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Old 12-18-2008, 01:30 PM
dylane dylane is offline Footer "page X of Y (y=total pages in doc)" Windows 7 Footer "page X of Y (y=total pages in doc)" Office 2007
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Hi Dan,
The easiest way to do this is to go to the ribbon insert menu. Choose Page Number --> Bottom of page and then scroll down to the page X of Y section (about 10 items down in my list).

I just read that some people might not see galleries for page numbers, headers, and footers among other things. If that is the case for you search your help for "building blocks" and they should tell you how to turn this back on.

Hope this helps.
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