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Automatic "Continue Page Numbering" in Word

I have setup our Word Templates so that each element in the header and footer are in separate text boxes. This allows the centre and right aligned elements to automatically adjust / align with the changing of page orientation (portrait and landscape) within section breaks. Unfortunately the page numbering automatically "start at 1", rather than the desired "continue from previous section" (whether the page existed prior to the section break being inserted, or after this step). What switches or otherwise do I need to apply so that "continue from previous section" becomes the default?

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Tabs?

In reply to: Automatic "Continue Page Numbering" in Word

I know at one point I had used text boxes for alignment and then someone pointed out to me that the neaders and footers have built in Tabs for Center and Right. Is it possible this will work if you get rid of the text boxes and try using tabs?

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Tabs are static?

In reply to: Tabs?

Thank you for taking the time to help.

I think I understand what you are saying. I've looked at this and the tabs appear to be static. That is to say that they don't automatically adjust to reflect changes in margins or page orientation. The sole purpose of using the text boxes is so that the centre and right elements move with the changes in page orientation.

Please let me know if I've misunderstood or you are referring to something different.

Thank you again.

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Sorry

In reply to: Tabs are static?

I didn't have a chance to look at it the other day, so i appoogize. It looks like the tabs do stay at the same point. I made a faulty assumption.

Hopefully someone else here has another solution for you.

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