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A lot of people want to use different page numbering schemes in different parts of their documents. And a lot of people want to use "page x of y pages" page numbering in their documents.
Sometimes, people want to use "page x of y pages" page numbering in just a part of their documents.
It all gets down to linking--or unlinking...
It can feel a little bit like lions and tigers and bears--do you want a
page number in a lower corner, or do you want a page number and the
document title? Do you want to add the author name or the file path? Do
you want different headers and footers in different sections?Oh
my is right!This is where a little planning in advance can
save you time on the long road.
Watch this video to find out how to how to use 1, 2, 3 page numbering in the main part of a document and i, ii, iii page numbering in the appendices:
-- Joannie Stangeland
In Microsoft Word, you can convert a table into text, and vice versa. In this video, you'll learn how to change names and addresses in a table into a list separated by commas.
When the default line spacing in documents changed from single spacing in Word 2003 to a slightly roomier 1.15 spacing in Word 2007 and Word 2010, customers asked the inevitable: Why did the default line spacing change? And how do I change it back?
The short answer is that the default line spacing changed in Word 2007 to make online documents more readable. If you want to change the default line spacing in Word 2007 or Word 2010, or learn how to set the line spacing in a single document, here are the best resources we've found for step-by-step instructions.
If your document is just a little bit longer than one page, how can you shrink it to fit?
We've seen customer questions asking where this feature is in Word 2010.
Answer: It's in the command well. And you can pluck it from there and add it to the ribbon.