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On a normal 120 pages screenplay with page numbers
I would like to insert the mention "CONTINUED" at the bottom page and uper
page whenever I want.

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On a normal 120 pages screenplay with page numbers
I would like to insert the mention "CONTINUED" at the bottom page and
uper page whenever I want.

Office 2007
Thanks


You will need to work with sections.

See:
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting...thSections.htm


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Hi Don Juan,

Whilst you could use Section breaks, in conjunction with changes in the corresponding header & footer setup, that might be too
inflexible for your needs - you'd really only want to do this as the final edit.

An alternative might be to create a simple text box with the word "CONTINUED", then copy & paste that textbox to wherever in the
document you need it to appear.

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On a normal 120 pages screenplay with page numbers
I would like to insert the mention "CONTINUED" at the bottom page and uper page whenever I want.

Office 2007
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Hi Don Juan,

Whilst you could use Section breaks, in conjunction with changes in the
corresponding header & footer setup, that might be too inflexible for your
needs - you'd really only want to do this as the final edit.

An alternative might be to create a simple text box with the word
"CONTINUED", then copy & paste that textbox to wherever in the document
you need it to appear.

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Cheers
macropod
[Microsoft MVP - Word]


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On a normal 120 pages screenplay with page numbers
I would like to insert the mention "CONTINUED" at the bottom page and
uper page whenever I want.

Office 2007
Thanks



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