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    Change in Header/Footer Formatting (2003)

    I have a 21 page document. Pages 15-19 are in landscape format while the rest of the document is in portrait format. The header and footer formatting is justified properly when in 1-14 and then fitted to pages 15-19, but pages 20-21 (which are portrait) have header and footer formatting of the landscape pages 15-19. This formatting takes the text off of the portrait document. How do I make that adjustment so that the portrait formatting is specific for all of the portrait pages and the landscape pages have landscaped formatting in the header and footer?

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    Re: Change in Header/Footer Formatting (2003)

    Select View | Header and Footer. Make sure that the "Link to Previous" button is off for the header and footer of the second section and of the third section. You can then set the margins, tabs etc. differently for each of the sections.

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    Re: Change in Header/Footer Formatting (2003)

    Thanks. That was the solution.

    Amy

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