Pages in a file is a simple and common job. Including amounts beginning with a particular site may be somewhat catchy while including page numbers in the start of a file just needs several clicks. You are going to need to move through a few measures if you wish to accomplish the latter (i.e., splitting the link between webpages in the file, obtaining to the header or footer, and including the figures). This guide will walk you through each of the measures that are essential to include page numbers to your own file immediately, if it seems complex for you.
Imagine you’ve got A15-site file, and you need to add the page figures from site 10. Here is how you can do it
1.Open the desired Word document.
2.Go to the desired page. In this case, it is page 10, and then left-click at the very top of the page to set the pointer.
3.Go to Layout -> Breaks -> Section Break -> Next Page.
4.Double-click at the very top of the current page to enter the Header and Footer Tools, and then un-check Link to Previous if it is highlighted.
5.While you are still viewing the Header and Footer Tools, go to Page Number -> Format Page Number.
6.In the pop-up window, select Start at, and fill in the initial number. If you want to start from 1, fill in 1. Click OK to save the change.
7.Go back to Page number, choose either Top of Page or Bottom of Page, and then select a style.
8.Click Close Header and Footer
9.Double-check that the numbers are added correctly to the pages. If they are not, you may undo the changes and start over. The key step here is Step 4: disabling Link to Previous. If you see numbers appearing from page 1, you have probably not broken this link.