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    Different Header Heading within the same Word File (2007)

    Hello all,

    I was trying to create different Header Headings for the word document ... but when I give the header, it shows itself in all the document.

    IS there any way I can use a personalized chapter heading ?

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    Re: Different Header Heading within the same Word File (2007)

    You must divide your document into sections - see Insert a section break.

    Each section can have its own page setup, headers and footers etc. By default, a section has the same headers and footers as the previous one, but you can break this link. See Insert headers and footers, in particular the part labeled "Make the header or footer different in each section or chapter".

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    Re: Different Header Heading within the same Word File (2007)

    If you just want to include information about the current chapter in the Heading then you can do this using a Styleref field, this is better than using section breaks and different headers as it maintains itself automatically - reducing the risk of errors.

    To do this you need to have youir Chapter Headings all using the same style, for example "Heading 1". You then insert a Styleref field in your heading using the Insert menu,

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    Re: Different Header Heading within the same Word File (2007)

    I am very thankful for your answer!

    Gratefully,

    Faisal Khan

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