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Creating a Page Style Based on the Current Page

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You can design a page layout and then create a page style based on it.

For example, you can create a page style that displays a particular header, and another page style that displays a different header.

  1. Open a new text document, choose Format - Styles and Formatting, and then click the Page Styles icon.
  2. Click the New Style from Selection icon and select New Styles from Selection from the submenu.
  3. Type a name for the page in the Style name box, and then click OK.
  4. Double-click the name in the list to apply the style to the current page.
  5. Choose Insert - Header, and choose the new page style from the list.
  6. Type the text that you want in the header. Position the cursor into the main text area outside of the header.
  7. Choose Insert - Manual Break.
  8. In the Type area, select Page break and then select “Default” from the Style box.
  9. Repeat steps 2-6 to create a second custom page style with a different header.

Related Topics

About Headers and Footers

Defining Different Headers and Footers

Inserting a Chapter Name and Number in a Header or a Footer

Formatting Headers or Footers

Templates and Styles