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Hi, I have 45 page document with a contents page using Heading 1 and Heading
2. The Heading 1 are my major titles and I would like them to also display in
the footer of every page. Is there a way to do this? For example, the first
Heading 1 is Contents so all pages (including the one with the Contents title
in it) should have Contents in the footer. The next one is Communications &
Performing Arts, so that page and all following pages should stop displaying
Contents and should start displaying Communications & Performing Arts instead
until we get to the next Heading 1 and so on.
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Should have added that I'm using Word 2010 Beta.
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In the footer, insert a StyleRef field that contains "Heading 1" in
the field code. Instructions are at
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/StyleRef.htm.

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On Wed, 12 May 2010 18:17:00 -0700, Styphon
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Hi, I have 45 page document with a contents page using Heading 1 and Heading
2. The Heading 1 are my major titles and I would like them to also display in
the footer of every page. Is there a way to do this? For example, the first
Heading 1 is Contents so all pages (including the one with the Contents title
in it) should have Contents in the footer. The next one is Communications &
Performing Arts, so that page and all following pages should stop displaying
Contents and should start displaying Communications & Performing Arts instead
until we get to the next Heading 1 and so on.

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Default Display last "Heading 1" in footer

In the footer, insert a StyleRef field that contains "Heading 1" in
the field code. Instructions are at
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/StyleRef.htm.

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On Wed, 12 May 2010 18:17:00 -0700, Styphon
wrote:

Hi, I have 45 page document with a contents page using Heading 1 and Heading
2. The Heading 1 are my major titles and I would like them to also display in
the footer of every page. Is there a way to do this? For example, the first
Heading 1 is Contents so all pages (including the one with the Contents title
in it) should have Contents in the footer. The next one is Communications &
Performing Arts, so that page and all following pages should stop displaying
Contents and should start displaying Communications & Performing Arts instead
until we get to the next Heading 1 and so on.



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