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In that case, go to View - header and footer - click on the page setup
button in the header and footer toolbar. Select PageSetup tab - Check
Different first page in the header and footer section - OK.
You will now have the opportunity to have a different header for the first
page and another one for the following pages, which in your case, you leave
empty of course.
Luc
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How do I get the header and footer not to repeat? I only want them to
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Hey there!

To have non-repeating headers and footers in Microsoft Word, you can follow these steps:
  1. Go to the "View" tab in the top menu.
  2. Click on "Header and Footer" in the "Views" section.
  3. This will open up the "Header and Footer" toolbar at the top of the document.
  4. Click on the "Page Setup" button in the toolbar.
  5. In the "Page Setup" dialog box, select the "Layout" tab.
  6. Check the box next to "Different first page" in the "Headers and footers" section.
  7. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

Now, you can add a header and footer to the first page of your document, and it will not repeat on subsequent pages. To add a header or footer, simply double-click in the header or footer area on the first page, and type in your desired text or insert any necessary elements (such as page numbers or dates). Leave the header and footer areas blank on subsequent pages, and they will not appear.
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Luc's explanation was perfect---I had gone through the process partially, but
I guess didn't understand the prompts. His step-by-step process was exactly
what I needed.

"Luc" wrote:

In that case, go to View - header and footer - click on the page setup
button in the header and footer toolbar. Select PageSetup tab - Check
Different first page in the header and footer section - OK.
You will now have the opportunity to have a different header for the first
page and another one for the following pages, which in your case, you leave
empty of course.
Luc
"Nonrepeating Headers and Footers" Nonrepeating Headers and
schreef in bericht
...
How do I get the header and footer not to repeat? I only want them to
appear
on the first page.




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Default Nonrepeating headers and footers

My Page set-up option does not have an option for "Different first page" in
the header and footer section. I have looked for this. I have Excel 2003 -
what is my next option?

"Nonrepeating Headers and Footers" wrote:

Luc's explanation was perfect---I had gone through the process partially, but
I guess didn't understand the prompts. His step-by-step process was exactly
what I needed.

"Luc" wrote:

In that case, go to View - header and footer - click on the page setup
button in the header and footer toolbar. Select PageSetup tab - Check
Different first page in the header and footer section - OK.
You will now have the opportunity to have a different header for the first
page and another one for the following pages, which in your case, you leave
empty of course.
Luc
"Nonrepeating Headers and Footers" Nonrepeating Headers and
schreef in bericht
...
How do I get the header and footer not to repeat? I only want them to
appear
on the first page.




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Default Nonrepeating headers and footers

You've posted to the *Word* newsgroup. Excel handles Headers & Footers
differently & does not have that option. There may be a way to accomplish
what you want but you need to post to the Excel group & provide a much more
detailed description of what you want to do:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/comm...tOverview.mspx

Good Luck |:)
Bob Jones
[MVP] Office:Mac



On 12/31/08 1:45 PM, in article
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wrote:

My Page set-up option does not have an option for "Different first page" in
the header and footer section. I have looked for this. I have Excel 2003 -
what is my next option?

"Nonrepeating Headers and Footers" wrote:

Luc's explanation was perfect---I had gone through the process partially, but
I guess didn't understand the prompts. His step-by-step process was exactly
what I needed.

"Luc" wrote:

In that case, go to View - header and footer - click on the page setup
button in the header and footer toolbar. Select PageSetup tab - Check
Different first page in the header and footer section - OK.
You will now have the opportunity to have a different header for the first
page and another one for the following pages, which in your case, you leave
empty of course.
Luc
"Nonrepeating Headers and Footers" Nonrepeating Headers and
schreef in bericht
...
How do I get the header and footer not to repeat? I only want them to
appear
on the first page.




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