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Want to get rid of your headers and footers? I was going to tell you about using the Remove Header and Remove Footer commands.Then I was going to tell you about linked sections and unlinked sections--and that if some of your headers or footers were still sticking around, you might have unlinked sections. If you have unlinked sections--for example, so that you can have a different page number format in the appendix or no page number on the table of contents--you have to remove the headers and footers separately for each unlinked sections. I was going to tell you all that, but there's a much faster way: Document Inspector.Document Inspector gives you the option to remove all your headers and footers at once, even if your sections aren't linked.Let's take a look:
The Remove Header and Remove Footer commands are still your best bet if you want to remove only the footer, or to remove the header and footer in only one section. For the details, see Add or remove headers, footers, and page numbers.But if you want to clear the decks, the Document Inspector will take care of it quickly.-- Joannie Stangeland
I would also recomend not to use all headers and footers at once, especially if they are not connected. The information that you might have there will be lost and its replacement can be quite laborious and annoying.
Thanks, Mike. Not quite sure what you mean by "use all headers and footers." But it is always good to be careful.
Hello Joannie, I ment remove. Sorry :-)
Thanks for the clarification, Mike.
I figured out how to enter alternating headers on odd and even pages, but sometimes I want to suppress the headers on a specific page, like the first page of a chapter in a book. Do you know how to do that?
Virginia, if each of your chapters is in a different section, you can select the Different First Page check box in the Options group on the Header & Footer Tools Design tab (the tab that appears only when you're in the header or the footer). Just remember to unlink the sections.
The remove header or footer command does not work with Different First Page. It will remove the section header or footer associated with the Different First page but not the different first page header or footer.