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Using Word 2002.

I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter. How
do I make this work?


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Using Word 2002.

I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter.
How
do I make this work?




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Using Word 2002.

I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter. How
do I make this work?


I think you want to insert Section Breaks between chapters (Insert Break).
Select Section Break type Next Page. For each section, use the Header and
Footer toolbar (View Header and Footer) to disable the link to the previous
section, then in each section insert page numbers (Insert Page Numbers) and
uncheck the option _Show number on first page_. After the first chapter, you
will probably want to continue numbering from the previous section. In the
Page Number insertion window, press the Format button and make sure _Continue
from previous section_ is selected. These steps will work as long as you want
the title page to count towards the page number. In other words, the first
non-title page in chapter 1 would be numbered as page 2. Of course a cover
page, table of contents, preface, etc. would be in their own sections.

Hope this is helpful,

Ron

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Except that s/he wants the page numbering of each section _not_ to
include the front and back of the part-title pages, so that arithmetic
has to be incorporated into each PAGE field, and each section has to
have a PAGE field with its numbers 2 greater than the previous one --
can that be done by subtracting twice the number of the section from
the page number total, or something?

On Oct 17, 12:27*pm, Ronald Nissley
wrote:
Using Word 2002.


*I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter.. *How
do I make this work?


I think you want to insert Section Breaks between chapters (Insert Break).
Select Section Break type Next Page. For each section, use the Header and
Footer toolbar (View Header and Footer) to disable the link to the previous
section, then in each section insert page numbers (Insert Page Numbers) and
uncheck the option *_Show number on first page_. After the first chapter, you
will probably want to continue numbering from the previous section. In the
Page Number insertion window, press the Format button and make sure _Continue
from previous section_ is selected. These steps will work as long as you want
the title page to count towards the page number. In other words, the first
non-title page in chapter 1 would be numbered as page 2. Of course a cover
page, table of contents, preface, etc. would be in their own sections.

Hope this is helpful,

Ron


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Well, the number doesn't *have* to be calculated provided the user is
willing to use "Start at" for each section (updating as required), but all
of this is so unconventional that I would not recommend it even if it
weren't so much trouble.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
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Fairhope, Alabama USA
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Except that s/he wants the page numbering of each section _not_ to
include the front and back of the part-title pages, so that arithmetic
has to be incorporated into each PAGE field, and each section has to
have a PAGE field with its numbers 2 greater than the previous one --
can that be done by subtracting twice the number of the section from
the page number total, or something?

On Oct 17, 12:27 pm, Ronald Nissley
wrote:
Using Word 2002.


I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter.
How
do I make this work?


I think you want to insert Section Breaks between chapters (Insert
Break).
Select Section Break type Next Page. For each section, use the Header and
Footer toolbar (View Header and Footer) to disable the link to the
previous
section, then in each section insert page numbers (Insert Page Numbers)
and
uncheck the option _Show number on first page_. After the first chapter,
you
will probably want to continue numbering from the previous section. In the
Page Number insertion window, press the Format button and make sure
_Continue
from previous section_ is selected. These steps will work as long as you
want
the title page to count towards the page number. In other words, the first
non-title page in chapter 1 would be numbered as page 2. Of course a cover
page, table of contents, preface, etc. would be in their own sections.

Hope this is helpful,

Ron




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This strange procedure is used in one book I know of published in the
last decade. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World's Ancient
Languages (ed. Roger D. Woodard, 2004) has some maps, and they're
printed on regular pages of the book, here and there in the sections
where they pertain, and those pages are not numbered and don't count
in the numbering of the book's pages. http://www.bookreviews.org/pdf/4452_4490.pdf

On Oct 17, 5:26*pm, "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:
Well, the number doesn't *have* to be calculated provided the user is
willing to use "Start at" for each section (updating as required), but all
of this is so unconventional that I would not recommend it even if it
weren't so much trouble.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USAhttp://word.mvps.org

"Peter T. Daniels" wrote in ...
Except that s/he wants the page numbering of each section _not_ to
include the front and back of the part-title pages, so that arithmetic
has to *be incorporated into each PAGE field, and each section has to
have a PAGE field with its numbers 2 greater than the previous one --
can that be done by subtracting twice the number of the section from
the page number total, or something?

On Oct 17, 12:27 pm, Ronald Nissley



wrote:
Using Word 2002.


I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last chapter.
How
do I make this work?


I think you want to insert Section Breaks between chapters (Insert
Break).
Select Section Break type Next Page. For each section, use the Header and
Footer toolbar (View Header and Footer) to disable the link to the
previous
section, then in each section insert page numbers (Insert Page Numbers)
and
uncheck the option _Show number on first page_. After the first chapter,
you
will probably want to continue numbering from the previous section. In the
Page Number insertion window, press the Format button and make sure
_Continue
from previous section_ is selected. These steps will work as long as you
want
the title page to count towards the page number. In other words, the first
non-title page in chapter 1 would be numbered as page 2. Of course a cover
page, table of contents, preface, etc. would be in their own sections.


Hope this is helpful,

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That's standard procedure for "tipped-in" plates of any kind (I recently
read a thick biography of Beatrix Potter with four sections of photos on
glazed paper tipped in, and they were unnumbered), but it is pointless for
just a section cover page IMO and odd for maps printed on the same paper as
the restof the book.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
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"Peter T. Daniels" wrote in message
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This strange procedure is used in one book I know of published in the
last decade. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World's Ancient
Languages (ed. Roger D. Woodard, 2004) has some maps, and they're
printed on regular pages of the book, here and there in the sections
where they pertain, and those pages are not numbered and don't count
in the numbering of the book's pages.
http://www.bookreviews.org/pdf/4452_4490.pdf

On Oct 17, 5:26 pm, "Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:
Well, the number doesn't *have* to be calculated provided the user is
willing to use "Start at" for each section (updating as required), but all
of this is so unconventional that I would not recommend it even if it
weren't so much trouble.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USAhttp://word.mvps.org

"Peter T. Daniels" wrote in
...
Except that s/he wants the page numbering of each section _not_ to
include the front and back of the part-title pages, so that arithmetic
has to be incorporated into each PAGE field, and each section has to
have a PAGE field with its numbers 2 greater than the previous one --
can that be done by subtracting twice the number of the section from
the page number total, or something?

On Oct 17, 12:27 pm, Ronald Nissley



wrote:
Using Word 2002.


I have a book with title pages separating chapters. Those title pages
should not have page #'s. After each title page, when the chapter text
begins, the page #s should continue consecutively with the last
chapter.
How
do I make this work?


I think you want to insert Section Breaks between chapters (Insert
Break).
Select Section Break type Next Page. For each section, use the Header
and
Footer toolbar (View Header and Footer) to disable the link to the
previous
section, then in each section insert page numbers (Insert Page
Numbers)
and
uncheck the option _Show number on first page_. After the first chapter,
you
will probably want to continue numbering from the previous section. In
the
Page Number insertion window, press the Format button and make sure
_Continue
from previous section_ is selected. These steps will work as long as you
want
the title page to count towards the page number. In other words, the
first
non-title page in chapter 1 would be numbered as page 2. Of course a
cover
page, table of contents, preface, etc. would be in their own sections.


Hope this is helpful,


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