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help loading page numbers on each page

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by rlhill13, Jul 2, 2012.

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  1. rlhill13

    rlhill13 Thread Starter

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    I use word a lot and i have not been able to find the formula or the tab of how to post different page numbers on each page of a word document. I write papers for school and i do my own work and I feel that it would be good if I had page numbers on each page but am not sure how to even do that.

    Do I need a formula? If so were do i put it so that I may get the page numbers on each page?
     
  2. md2lgyk

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    What version of Word do you have? Makes a difference in how you do it. By the way, it's really easy to do.
     
  3. rlhill13

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    Thank you for your quick response I have windows 2010 home premium
     
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    On the Insert tab, choose Page number. The dropdown offers you various choices eg, top of page, bottom etc.

    Use the Format option to change what it looks like AND to reset numbers, start again from 1, etc.
     
  5. rlhill13

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    Hello

    I tried what you said to do but did you want me to go to the formate page numbers section then click on number formate at the top or page numbering at the bottom then start at 1 because i did then and i saw no change occur
     
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