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Headers and footers for document sections

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Why use section breaks?

They lay the groundwork for layout variations within different areas of your document.

They visually break information from page to page.

A section break means that any header or footer content you create in that section applies only to that section.

True.

False.

There are page numbers throughout your document, in the footer. You don't want any page numbers on your document's cover page, however. What do you do?

Put the cursor in the footer of the cover page, and use the Remove Footer command.

On the Design tab in Header & Footer Tools, click Different First Page.

Select the page number on the cover page and manually delete it.

You want to change the formatting for one section's page numbers. First, you place the cursor in the section with the page numbers that you want to change. Then what do you do?

Click Header.

Click Footer.

Click Page Number.

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