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Word 2007 - Header Section Adjustments

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Is there anyway to adjust the Header sections? In Microsoft Word 2007 while viewing headers/footers you will notice header -section 1- so on so forth.

For example I want:

pages 1, 2 to be section 1.
pages 3, 4 to be section 2.
Pages 4-141 to be section3.
remaining pages to be section4.
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Found the answer!

First view your header/footer by either double clicking the top/bottom of the page or select the Insert tab and click the Header Icon.

Be sure to select the Header or Footer of the page you would like to start a new "section" in order to keep prior header/footer settings separate.

Continue on to click the Page Layout tab.

Click Line Numbers drop down menu and select the line numbering options... sub menu.

You should now see the Page Setup dialog box with the layout tab selected.

Looking toward the bottom of the selection where it reads Apply to:, select this point forward.
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