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Default Adding a totally blank page for artwork

Word 2007:

This is a real head scratcher, but the moral of the story I guess if that
luckily page numbers are counted regardless of being "linked" to the previous
section. The link is purely for formatting, as I understand, and this saved
me.

But here's the thing that needs to be much easier to do.

I need to add a blank page I can control before the first page of a chapter
to put some artwork in.

The layout is artwork on the left (insert auto blank page if necessary), and
the text of the first chapter is on the right.

I can't use "first page different" because i already use that for the first
page of the chapter which has titles.

So the artwork page has to be it's own section.

Problem is in order to delete the header/footer from this "art page"
section, I have to totally unlink the h/f'sfrom the rest of the sections
(itself, and the ones after).

This would mean that I would need to manually go in and change each header
section by section if I needed to make a change. Luckily in my case I don't
have to change the headers or the formatting of the footer pages often, and
this art page that has become an "island" section only happens 8 times in the
book.

But I could see how this could cause a heck of a lot of lost time. Imagine
a separate section for full page art every three pages, then realizing you
needed to change the header text... you'd have to do every section manually,
one by one.

We need to have a way to link sections to other specific sections (to "link
to previous previous") and have more than one "different" pages at the start
of a section.

Maybe I'm just not reading the right stuff, but this seems limiting and
unbelievably over complex.

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