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Old 02-28-2018, 12:24 PM
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I have a letterhead file that, when I open, will appear on all pages in a document. I'm trying to figure out how to have the letterhead appear only on the first page, and give me blank pages following. I've tried "Insert Blank Page" but it just inserts another letterhead page.

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This has to do with putting the letterhead in the First-Page header.
See:
Header/Footer Settings Recap
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Hi, thank you for your replies. Unfortunately, I've tried to make the change with your suggestions, but with no success. The letterhead template that I have is a Word document, that seems to show the top and bottom parts of the letterhead as some sort of watermark. I do not have access to the separate images in order to input them into a header/footer.

When I add a second page after the first, it still shows the letterhead template. So, for multi-page reports, in order to make the document a PDF, I have to print the first page on our pre-printed letterhead paper, then the rest on blank paper, then scan the entire document as a PDF.

I've spoken with our web designer who put together the Word letterhead template for us, and he said he isn't aware of any way to do what I'm asking - to have blank pages after the letterhead template (not using the header/footer function).
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Keep trying. Yes, you do have to use the header and or footer for this.

"Some sort of watermark" That is what something in a header or footer looks like when you are in Print View. It prints (or goes to pdf) as full strength.

Go into your template.
Note "template," not "document." This is Word jargon and important.
Templates in Microsoft Word
  1. Insert > Header > Edit Header (down at the bottom of choices).
  2. Ctrl+X to cut all.
  3. Check the box for Different First Page.
  4. You are now in the "first-page" header.
  5. Paste. Delete the last paragraph mark.
Save your template.
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Thank you so much!! I really appreciate your help and the detailed instructions =) I followed them and the template is now doing what I need it to do.

Thanks again!
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