How to Remove a Header From the Last Page in Word 2007


Microsoft Word 2007 has a header feature that lets you place page numbers or text at the top of each page in your document. You can remove headers from the first pages in the document, but you must use sections to remove headers in the last page of the document. Sections let you separate pages in the document, and it gives you the ability to change headers in some pages, but not all of them.

  • Click the Windows "Start" button and select "All Programs". Click "Microsoft Office" then click "Word 2007". Press the "Ctrl" button and then press "O". The "Open" dialog window opens. Double-click the Word document you want to edit.

  • Scroll down the document to the last page. Place your cursor at the top of the last page. Click the "Page Layout" ribbon to view a list of options. Click the "Breaks" drop-down item. In the list of options, click "Headers and Footers". This option does not create a page break, but it breaks the headers and footers on your pages.

  • Click the page header section on the top of the last page. This enables the headers and footers options in the Word 2007 ribbons. Click the "Headers and Footers" ribbon at the top of the window.

  • Click the "Link to Previous" button to break the link between the current header and the previous header section. Clicking the button disables the link. You can reconnect the link by clicking the button again.

  • Delete the header on the last page. Click outside the header section to disable the header text. Notice the header disappears from the last page, but it stays intact on the other pages.


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