RE: Another Word question

Subject: RE: Another Word question
From: <jan -dot- arnopolin -at- thomson -dot- com>
To: <zenizenc -at- yahoo -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2007 08:44:06 -0500

First, in File, Page Setup, Layout, make sure the Different First Page
option is selected.
Next, on the second page of your first chapter, insert the header.
Insert StyleRef and select the Chapter 1 style. Go to the second page
of next section and select Same as Previous in Headers.
Hope this helps,

Jan Arnopolin
Technical Writer
Thomson Elite
Phone: 312.873.6784
Fax: 312.873.6801
jan -dot- arnopolin -at- thomson -dot- com

Hubbard One, a Thomson Elite business

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Subject: Another Word question

Hi All,

I am trying to create a word template where it automatically takes in
the Chapter name in to the header of the document. It is designed in
such way that a header is not inserted in the first page, but only in
the rest of the pages of the chapter.

I inserted the header in the 2nd page with Insert-Field-Styleref-Heading
1(Chapter heading style). When I try to insert the for rest of the pages
it does not insert the header, but when I toggle the pages it shows the
link as {.Style Ref "Heading 1".}.

Can all the word gurus help me please.



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