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Hello pebbles,

as I understand it right you need to insert new section.

That you can do by section breaks. From the upper toolbar pick Insert -
Break and then pick "Section - Next page".

Then in your headers be sure that you do not have clicked "The same as
previous" option.

I hope it helps

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I have a document that has already been formatted with headers in 3 sections.
I have changed the set out slightly and added another section at the end
which changed fine but I am unable to add a new section in the middle of the
document.
I have looked at all the things in the help tool.
I have tried page breaks and adding new pages but they just stay the same as
the section before.
I have tried to unlink it from the previous page as help tells you to but it
doesnt work.
Please help me!
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If using Word 2007, click on the Breaks pulldown in the Page Setup section
of the Page Layout tab of the Ribbon and then select the type of Break that
you want to insert.

Note, if you want the header in the new Section to be different from that in
the preceding and following Sections, you will need to uncheck the Same as
Previous box for BOTH the new Section and the following Section BEFORE
editing the header.

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Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com

"pebbles" wrote in message
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I have a document that has already been formatted with headers in 3
sections.
I have changed the set out slightly and added another section at the end
which changed fine but I am unable to add a new section in the middle of
the
document.
I have looked at all the things in the help tool.
I have tried page breaks and adding new pages but they just stay the same
as
the section before.
I have tried to unlink it from the previous page as help tells you to but
it
doesnt work.
Please help me!


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If using Word 2007, click on the Breaks pulldown in the Page Setup section
of the Page Layout tab of the Ribbon and then select the type of Break that
you want to insert.

Note, if you want the header in the new Section to be different from that in
the preceding and following Sections, you will need to uncheck the Same as
Previous box for BOTH the new Section and the following Section BEFORE
editing the header.

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com

"pebbles" wrote in message
news
I have a document that has already been formatted with headers in 3
sections.
I have changed the set out slightly and added another section at the end
which changed fine but I am unable to add a new section in the middle of
the
document.
I have looked at all the things in the help tool.
I have tried page breaks and adding new pages but they just stay the same
as
the section before.
I have tried to unlink it from the previous page as help tells you to but
it
doesnt work.
Please help me!


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