How to enter different Headers on each page in your document

1. To enter different Headers on each page of your document, first, double-click at the top of the page in your document – Word will automatically open up the Header section of each page in your document.

See the diagram below.

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2. Enter the information you want in your header on the first page, when you do, Word will automatically enter the same information in the Header section of each page in your document. 

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3. To create a separate Header for each page in your document – Scroll down to the second page of your document and click in the header section of page 2, and de-select ‘Link to Previous’ by clicking on it until it is shaded out.type in the information you want in the Header section of page 2. You will notice that you now have a different header from page one. However, Word would have taken the information you entered in the Header section of page 2, and automatically entered the same data for all the pages after it.   

See the diagram below:

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4. To change this: Scroll down to each page, individually, and repeat step 2 until you have changed all the headers you want to change on each page in your document.

 

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