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Old November 24th 08, 10:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
sangfroid
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page


It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




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Old November 24th 08, 11:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Terry Farrell
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

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Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid


  #3  
Old November 25th 08, 02:12 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Mark
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page

Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a document you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the option or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid



  #4  
Old November 25th 08, 02:41 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Charles W Davis
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page

Mark,
Open Window Explorer, navigate to the file, select the file and press the
Delete key on your keyboard.
Since you are using Windows, you will have Outlook Express (XP) or Window
Mail (Vista). Whichever, set up Microsoft Communities. Open Outlook Express
or Windows Mail and click on Help. Search for "communities" (without the
quotes). Follow the directions under Communities and newsgroups....
"Mark" wrote in message
...
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a document
you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the option
or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid




  #5  
Old November 25th 08, 11:50 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Terry Farrell
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page

Or in Word use File, Open, select the document and press delete. But note
that it won't let you delete it from here is you have Preview selected
(except Word 2007 in Vista where Preview doesn't work!).

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a document
you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the option
or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid




  #6  
Old November 25th 08, 03:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Mark
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Posts: 182
Default starting page numbering from 4th page

Oops. you lost me already. Open Word. Use File- what is that? where is
that? There is Open under Office button. is that what you mean? If so, you
have multiple options. NONE is delete. Go to customize. There is no delete
option to add. So what should I do now? I'm way too poor so buying a Mac
like a should have isn't an option.
Thanks for your help, Terry
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

Or in Word use File, Open, select the document and press delete. But note
that it won't let you delete it from here is you have Preview selected
(except Word 2007 in Vista where Preview doesn't work!).

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a document
you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the option
or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid




  #7  
Old November 25th 08, 04:46 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Terry Farrell
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Posts: 2,905
Default starting page numbering from 4th page

By File, I mean the Office button which is just the old File menu and still
opens using Alt+F.

When you get into File Open, select the document, right-click and press
DELETE. Or press Delete on your keyboard.

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Oops. you lost me already. Open Word. Use File- what is that? where is
that? There is Open under Office button. is that what you mean? If so,
you
have multiple options. NONE is delete. Go to customize. There is no
delete
option to add. So what should I do now? I'm way too poor so buying a Mac
like a should have isn't an option.
Thanks for your help, Terry
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

Or in Word use File, Open, select the document and press delete. But note
that it won't let you delete it from here is you have Preview selected
(except Word 2007 in Vista where Preview doesn't work!).

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a
document
you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the
quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the
option
or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of
the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that
the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple
of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the
document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the
page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid





  #8  
Old November 25th 08, 07:16 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
sangfroid[_2_]
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page


Hi Mark,
can you please start you OWN thread to post YOUR problem ? You
really messed up what I was trying to convey and the conversation.

Please have some respect towards others problems and posting.
Thanks

Mark;3082407 Wrote:
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through

reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a
document you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the
quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the
option or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:
-
You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of
the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that
the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...-

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple
of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the
document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the
page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid -

-





--
sangfroid
  #9  
Old November 26th 08, 04:43 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
Mark
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Posts: 182
Default starting page numbering from 4th page

Thank you Terry!! you too, Charles. And Sangfroid, my sincerest apologies.
Only way I could communicate but yes, it was rude. I'm disappearing now.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

By File, I mean the Office button which is just the old File menu and still
opens using Alt+F.

When you get into File Open, select the document, right-click and press
DELETE. Or press Delete on your keyboard.

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Oops. you lost me already. Open Word. Use File- what is that? where is
that? There is Open under Office button. is that what you mean? If so,
you
have multiple options. NONE is delete. Go to customize. There is no
delete
option to add. So what should I do now? I'm way too poor so buying a Mac
like a should have isn't an option.
Thanks for your help, Terry
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

Or in Word use File, Open, select the document and press delete. But note
that it won't let you delete it from here is you have Preview selected
(except Word 2007 in Vista where Preview doesn't work!).

Terry

"Mark" wrote in message
...
Hi Terry,
Sorry to be rude and "jump in" but I can only access the forum through
reply, not new question. I have a question: how do you delete a
document
you
created in Word. Seriously, I don't have a delete option under the
quick
menu button. Can you please instruct me how to either create the
option
or
find it.
Thank you for your time. I very much appreciate it.
--
Mark


"Terry Farrell" wrote:

You need to insert a Section Break, Next (odd?) Page at the bottom of
the
TOC page. Then enter H&Fs and move to the new section. Make sure that
the
Same As Previous option is UNCHECKED and then start page numbering
(presuming that you want to start this section as Page 1).

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"sangfroid" wrote in message
...

It has really been frustration .... I have been trying for a couple
of
days to page my document so that it starts paging from the
document's
actual page 4.... but no success ....


I have table of contents,index which don't require paging....

Office is really giving me pain.... how do i page it so that the
page
number starts from page 4 ??


I will highly appreciate your help...




--
sangfroid






  #10  
Old November 26th 08, 08:01 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.newusers
hdmyg8586
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Default starting page numbering from 4th page


I found that connector you were looking for
Cindy, is this the thing you were looking for?
www.liangdianup.com/computeraccessories_1.htm
It's on the list of computer accessories and parts. They have the DVI
video thing to convert that jap monitor to work with your other
computer. Just about any other kind of wire adaptor, usb connectors,
monitor extension wires, ps2 extention wires, and all kinds of female
and male swap connectors and things that I think would help your shop.
If that above link don't work then goto www.lducompany.com and click on
computer accessories. Let me know if that is what you need and give me
your email address again.




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