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Old May 21st 07, 12:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
Stefan Blom
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Default insert unnumbered blank page

To take care of the page numbering: In the Format Page Number dialog
box
for the newly created section, set the numbering to "Continuous" (as
opposed to "Start at").


Correction: The option is "Continue from previous section."

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
...
As "Henk57" wrote, use an odd page section break; for an existing
section you can change the type of section in File | Page Setup,

Layout
tab. Also enable either "Different odd and even" or "Mirror margins"

in
File | Page Setup, to ensure that Word correctly adds a filler page as
needed.

To take care of the page numbering: In the Format Page Number dialog

box
for the newly created section, set the numbering to "Continuous" (as
opposed to "Start at"). To access the dialog box, click the Format

Page
Number button on the Header and Footer toolbar.

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"cliffhanger314" wrote in message
...
I want to insert an unnumbered blank page into my Word document in

order to
make my final chapter begin on an odd-numbered page.There would then

be TWO
consecutive unnumbered pages, the second unnumbered because it is

the
first
page of a new chapter (section). Having checked "Different first

page"
on the
Layout tab of Page Setup, I was able to achieve two consecutive

unnumbered
pages only by inserting a second consecutive "Section Break (Next

Page)." But
this somehow threw off the page numbering. The first page of the

last
chapter
suddenly became 57. It had been (correctly) 83. Did I, among other

things,
inadvertently break the connection between sections? Is there a

better
way
for a novice to insert a blank, unnumbered page into a document?

Thanks!










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