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    Simple is as simple does, which pretty well describes my question. I've seen variations as usual, but I can't quite connect them correctly to what I'm doing.

    I'm printing a document in booklet form and all is going well.

    I have one standard footer all the way through with page numbering and all is going well.

    What I want to do, is half way through the document, because it is appropriate in this instance, is to start a header, at say page 23, and go up to and including page 45.

    Hopefully, there is a reasonably easy way of doing this,
    Cheers,
    Andy

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    Put a next page section break just before you want the header. In the new section set the footer to be same as previous, but add a different header.

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    [quote name='StuartR' post='797295' date='10-Oct-2009 19:07']Put a next page section break just before you want the header. In the new section set the footer to be same as previous, but add a different header.[/quote]
    Stuart,

    There is nothing worse than having to wait a whole 2 minutes for the answer that solves my problem. What kept you?

    Seriously, thank you very kindly for helping me out so quickly,
    Cheers,
    Andy

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