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#1 Jingtian

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Posted 14 December 2006 - 12:04 PM

I have a *.doc file and I need to leave the first five pages without page numbers, ie. Page 6 is marked 1, Page 7 marked 2... Page 58 marked 53.
How to do that?

And is it possible to create a Table of Contents for Pages 6 to 58 in such a case, without typing it manually?

Edited by Jingtian, 14 December 2006 - 12:12 PM.


#2 Radar

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Posted 15 December 2006 - 01:18 AM

I have a *.doc file and I need to leave the first five pages without page numbers, ie. Page 6 is marked 1, Page 7 marked 2... Page 58 marked 53.
How to do that?

And is it possible to create a Table of Contents for Pages 6 to 58 in such a case, without typing it manually?

1. You must insert a section jump in page 6 or 5 and insert after page number.
I dont know exactly but try this way.

2. You must use styles. Apply the same style to the same level title. the same for subtitle...
After insert references-index and tables.
Sorry Im not using a word in english so i translate as i can.

#3 Jingtian

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Posted 15 December 2006 - 07:01 PM

I have a *.doc file and I need to leave the first five pages without page numbers, ie. Page 6 is marked 1, Page 7 marked 2... Page 58 marked 53.
How to do that?

And is it possible to create a Table of Contents for Pages 6 to 58 in such a case, without typing it manually?

1. You must insert a section jump in page 6 or 5 and insert after page number.
I dont know exactly but try this way.

2. You must use styles. Apply the same style to the same level title. the same for subtitle...
After insert references-index and tables.
Sorry Im not using a word in english so i translate as i can.


Thanks.
It works, although I'm not quite sure where to add the page break, especially there are much free space on a page.

Edited by Jingtian, 15 December 2006 - 07:10 PM.


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Posted 17 December 2006 - 01:41 AM

I have a *.doc file and I need to leave the first five pages without page numbers, ie. Page 6 is marked 1, Page 7 marked 2... Page 58 marked 53.
How to do that?

And is it possible to create a Table of Contents for Pages 6 to 58 in such a case, without typing it manually?

1. You must insert a section jump in page 6 or 5 and insert after page number.
I dont know exactly but try this way.

2. You must use styles. Apply the same style to the same level title. the same for subtitle...
After insert references-index and tables.
Sorry Im not using a word in english so i translate as i can.


Thanks.
It works, although I'm not quite sure where to add the page break, especially there are much free space on a page.

I think is necesary section break (continuos) not page break. This way does not add space.

#5 Jingtian

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Posted 17 December 2006 - 03:20 PM

I have a *.doc file and I need to leave the first five pages without page numbers, ie. Page 6 is marked 1, Page 7 marked 2... Page 58 marked 53.
How to do that?

And is it possible to create a Table of Contents for Pages 6 to 58 in such a case, without typing it manually?

1. You must insert a section jump in page 6 or 5 and insert after page number.
I dont know exactly but try this way.

2. You must use styles. Apply the same style to the same level title. the same for subtitle...
After insert references-index and tables.
Sorry Im not using a word in english so i translate as i can.


Thanks.
It works, although I'm not quite sure where to add the page break, especially there are much free space on a page.

I think is necesary section break (continuos) not page break. This way does not add space.


Thanks for reminding me of that. I will try again later. :whistle: