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Old 03-11-2011, 09:40 AM
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I need a have a header on every page AFTER my first page but:

I have two page breaks as i move from Portrait to Landscape then back to Portrait.

The header drops off the first page following each of the two page breaks. So all pages ok except for the twop pages following each break. If I insert the header into either one of these pages, it then appears on my first page (and I dont want it there...

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Old 03-11-2011, 10:21 AM
Ulodesk Ulodesk is offline Header after page break Windows 7 32bit Header after page break Office 2007
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Hi, mashtonsmith. First of all, I hope you mean next-page section breaks, not simple page breaks, between portrait and landscape. As for the "linked" changes, I suspect that when you created the document, or at some point thereafter, you applied the Different first page to the whole document, not just that section. It sounds as if your other sections are behaving the same way. Check each section from Section 2 on, to make sure that your page layout applies only to "this section."

Does that solve the problem?

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