Help Suppressing a Footer


H

Hal

I have a multi page document. It has two footers on each page. One is a line
for one to initial; the second footer is the page number. On the last page I
do not need the line for initials but I do need the page numbers.

How do I suppress one footer without supresing the page number?

The instructions I found for doing so were to insert a section break at the
top of the last page and then delete the footer on the last page. But when I
did so, it disappeared throughout the document.

What did I do wrong? How do I accomplish this?

Thanks.
 
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H

Hal

Suzanne -

Thank you. But I cannot get that to work. I copies and pasted exactly what
you wrote. I deleted the text between the quotation marks and inserted my
text. All I get is the whole IF filed printed out. What am I doing wrong?
 
H

Hal

It did not work. Here is what I did. What did I do wrong?

I selected the text in the footer that I want on all pages except the last
one.
I used a CTRL X to cut it.
I typed IF PAGE NUMBER < TOTAL PAGE NUMBERS ''

(Where PAGE NUMBER is the insert current page number function and TOTAL PAGE
NUMBES is the insert total number of pages function}

I pressed CRTL F9

I inserted the cursor between the quotation marks and inserted the text that
I had cut.

I pressed F9.

All that was left was the current page number.
 
H

Hal

I just tried it again and it worked. Not sure what I was doing wrong. Thanks
for the assistance.
 
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