Secrets to Customizing Headers on Multiple Pages in Writer
Learn the secrets to customizing headers on multiple pages in Writer with this helpful tutorial. Master the art of unique headers for each page effortlessly!

To add different headers on different pages in a document using a word processor like Writer, you’ll need to utilize the functionality of page styles or sections. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

1. Open your document in Writer.
2. Access the Styles and Formatting window, usually by pressing F11.
3. Create a new page style for each unique header you need. You can do this by selecting ‘New Style from Selection’ after clicking the ‘Page Styles’ icon.
4. Apply the new page style to the desired pages by inserting a manual page break. Go to ‘Insert’ – ‘Manual Break’, choose ‘Page break’, and select your new page style.
5. Now, insert your headers. Click ‘Insert’ -‘Header’, and choose the page style you’ve created for your specific header.
6. If you need to have different headers on odd and even pages, check the option ‘Different Odd & Even Pages’ in the header settings.
7. For continuous sections without page breaks, insert a section break by going to ‘Layout’ – ‘Breaks’ – ‘Continuous’, then unlink the headers by unchecking ‘Link to Previous’ in the header settings.

Remember, each word processor may have slightly different steps or terminology, but the general process involves creating unique page styles or sections and then applying different headers to those. For more detailed instructions, you can refer to the documentation of your specific word processor or watch tutorial videos online.
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