Being a Microsoft Windows user, you might have created a Word document at some point. You might have seen that by default, it is allowed to number the pages of your document sequentially from the very first page. However, if the first page of your document is a preface page followed by the index page, you would want to number your pages from the one where the contents of your document start.
In this risewindows article, we are going to teach you how you can number the pages of your document from your desired page.
How to Insert Page Numbering from a Specific Page in Microsoft Word?
You must break the page first to number them from the desired location. Next, follow these steps:-
Step 1: Choose where you want to number the pages from and go to the end of the previous page. Let us suppose you want to number from page 3. For that, go to the end of the second page.
Step 2: Next, select
Step 3: Look for the
Step 4: Find the “Section Breaks” drop-down list. In it, select the
Step 5: Decide where you want to display the page number. After that, double-click on the chosen area (Header or Footer). Once you complete it, the “Design” tab will appear in the menu.
Step 6: Select the
Step 7: The Word document will e split into two sections once you complete the steps above. Once done, place the cursor in the desired location (header/footer) on Page 3.
Step 8: Look for the
Step 9: Use the drop-down list and choose your design.
Step 10: Once you select the design, the page numbers will number by default. If you want your pages numbered from 1, go to the menu and switch to the
Step 11: A dialog window on your screen says “Page Number Format.” Look for the Page Numbering section and click on the
That is it.
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