Select the entire content of your header and Ctrl+X (Cut). Then, on the
Header and Footer toolbar, click Page Setup and check the box for "Different
First Page." You'll now see that your Header has become First Page Header.
Ctrl+V (Paste). Then delete the extra empty paragraph that Word will have
insisted on inserting. If you want different text in the Header, you can add
it before checking "Different first page," or you can add a second page
temporarily in order to add it. More detail at
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Words into Type
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"LindaC" wrote in message
> I have a template that is only one page with a header. Sometimes when
> enter more information it moves to a 2nd page. The problem is I do not
> the header to appear on the 2nd page. Is there some kind of code I can
> in that states there is only one page to the template but if it goes to a
> page, remove the header? Thanks.