How to Turn Off Same as Previous in Footers in Microsoft Word

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Turning off same as previous in footers in Microsoft Word will allow you to give each page a different footer. Turn off same as previous in footers in Microsoft Word with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Howdy, folks, I'm Jeff. Now if you insert a footer into your document, sometimes you want a different footer, you know, for your page two or your page three than page one. So, I'm gonna teach you how to do that right now. Now we've got this blank document here, you're gonna go up to view, and you're gonna view header and footer. We'll type in header just because. I'm gonna type in down here footer one. Now, you're gonna put all your text in. You're gonna get down to page two, but I'm just gonna put a section break, just so we get down there quicker. So page two, and then you'll see the footer is exactly the same. So you'll double click on that, and you'll go to the header and footer tab right here, and you're gonna unclick link to previous, and you are undoing the link between the first and second page, so then you can edit this and say footer two, and you go up, and this is still labeled footer one. So you have successfully broken the link, and you can have a different header or footer for every single page if you so desire. And that's how you get different footers on different pages in Microsoft Word. I'm Jeff, and thank you for watching.


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