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27/04/2018

How to show Header / Footer only on first page in MS Word

I work as a business analyst and often use Microsoft Word to author management reports which i submit to my management chain. The documents i create have a custom header which typically display the report name, its author, date it was written and so on. In the subsequent pages, i would like to display/ keep only the report name information.

DISPLAY HEADER ONLY IN FIRST PAGE OF DOCUMENT

It is not difficult task to do. Just follow these steps:

To set a custom Header and have it appearing only in your document first page, proceed as following:

Open your Word document

At this point you might want to use a Cover page as the first page of your doc.

Optionally, also define a Table of Contents.

Navigate to your document first page.

In the upper Ribbon, hit Insert, select Header and select your Header from the selection of available Built-In headers (available either locally or at Office.com). In case that you already have a predefined header for your first page, hit Edit Header.



The Header & Footer Design pane will be opened. In the Options section, check the Different First Page check box. This actually does the trick :-)

Now it’s time to design your header. Hit the Quick Parts button for available document properties available for use in your header, such as: Author, Subject, Title, Company Name, Phone, Publish date etc’. Your selection of file properties are also available by hitting the Document Info button.

At this point you might want to include page numbers in your doc. It’s possible to show the numbers in your document first page only. If you would like to now define a custom MS Word footer in the first page, hit Go To Footer and follow the steps below.

If you are done, simple hit the Close Header and Footer button.



FOOTER ONLY IN FIRST PAGE
The procedure for making a custom first page footer is similar to the one we just outlined for the header. From the Ribbon, hit Insert and then Footer, and the set your own design. Use the process outlined in the section below.

DIFFERENT HEADERS AND FOOTERS FOR SUBSEQUENT PAGES
Chances are, that similarly to our reader who asked this question; you might need a different footer/header from page two onward. All you’ll need to do is after setting your custom cover page header/footer and before closing the header design tab, to go ahead and define a different header/footer for the second page. This will be shown in every subsequent page in your Word file. Once done, close the header design tab.

CUSTOM HEADER AND FOOTER IN ODD/EVEN PAGES
Use the Different Odd & Even Pages check box to specify different header and footer setting depending on page numbers being odd or even.

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