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How to add a different Header or Footer for each page in Microsoft Word

In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a separate / dedicated Header or Footer for each page in Microsoft Word. It's super easy!

  1. After you are done creating your first page in Word, place the cursor at the end of the page.
  2. Navigate to the Layout tab.
  3. In the section Page Setup, click on Breaks.
  4. From the context menu, under Section Breaks, click Next Page. This will create a new page. This process is important every time you want to create a page where a separate Header and Footer will be dedicated to that page.
  5. Double-click the Header and Footer section on the newly created page.
  6. On the Design tab, click the Link to Previous feature to turn it off.
  7. Now you can customize the Header and Footer for that page.
  8. Repeat the process for as many pages as you want them to have a separate Header or Footer.

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