HOw to merge Header/Footer Section 1 and Section 2 in a Word document?

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Hi Sandy, I'll suggest what might be the easiest thing first. I'm still using Word 2002 & here's how to do it on that, in the hope that it's similar in Word 2007: On the menu bar, click File --> page setup. Click the Layout tab & under 'Headers & Footers' click the box next to where it says ...

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No problem. That you took the time to answer was the important thing. Seriously. Thanks.

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