merska wrote:Has a solution been found for this???
I have been searching for months without any answer!
I too, have been trying to figure out how to override the page headers so that I can have a unique header for each page.
It really shouldn't be this difficult
but i see that, upon a Google search, about a million others also struggle with this to no avail.
Header/footer are configured in the Page style (each has its own tab in the properties of the page style).
Dave wrote:If all are different, then, for what it's worth, why not just type them in as the need is met?
If all are different, then, for what it's worth, why not just type them in as the need is met?
Boatman189 wrote:Seems to me that you don't need a header at all. Just type in the info on each page. Headers are for grouping pages to gather with the same info on each.
Denio Fomorii wrote:I do reports all the time for my work. and need to edit the headers on each page they cover a new section, such as definitions, recommendations, lab results and would like to edit the header as such. I need a simple soultion to this issue. I have seen many others with the same issue. But, I need to be able to explain it to my technology illiterate boss. So, if any one knows how to help me... please ... my boss won't leave me alone about the headers... -pulls hair out-
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