Click in the first section of your document. This isn't what we wanted. Then click ok.
Note that doing this once sets the formatting for all heading levels. You can also see that a tab follows the number — you can change it to a space or none. Moving to the second level, you can change the period in between the level and sublevel to a dash or anything you want in the Number format box. View this video or see the written sections below on how to achieve this. Repeat for the header area. This tells Word that the next page begins a new section which may have a different header or footer.
If you need subsections numbered for example, 2. Go down to the next page below the section break in this example, the first page of Chapter I , and click on the page number in the Footer. View this video or see the written sections below on how to achieve this. We are going to do a variant of the steps above, but instead of defining new levels for your list, you will be editing the first level from this point forward.
After doing this, you should see a "Section Break Next Page " code inserted into your document. If you turn on the paragraph markers, you should now see a section break on the previous page. If you want to see what section you are working in, a the left end of Status Bar at the bottom of your Word document , Word tells you what page you are on, how many words are in your document, which section you are in, and so on. To follow the automatically generated chapter number with the title of your chapter on a new line, click just before the text of your title, hold down the Shift key on the keyboard, and then press the Enter key.
Change the radial button at the bottom to Start at and type in 0. You have now successfully unlinked footers of these sections. Select this. Click your cursor on the footer of your Abstract or Table of Contents page. Click OK when you are finished. You will need to change your outline numbering settings before inserting your captions.
Customizing Your Numbers If you want to change anything about the numbers — for example, you are using the 1. Be careful not to confuse this with another tab labeled "Design" between the "Insert" and "Page Layout" tabs. To use different page numbering schemes in different sections of your Word document, there are two tricks: 1 you must include a "Section Break - Next page" between each section of your document where the numbering will change, and 2 you must "unlink" each section's footer from the one before it. You also can change the appearance of the page numbers. Adding Page Numbers Microsoft Word provides you with the option of selecting a numbering style e.
Next to "Number format", select the "i, ii, iii,