For reports, dissertations, internships, and long-form entries, page numbering is essential, making it easy to find and edit. Page numbering for the entire document is probably well known, but any page numbering is a little more complicated.
So invite you to follow the article below to know how to do:
Step 1: Open the text to page up, click the Insert tab > Page Number There will be the following options:
Depending on the purpose of each person to choose accordingly.
Numbering pages in Word
Step 2: If you choose to highlight the middle, bottom of each page, hover on the Bottom of Page , select Plain Number 2 as the middle page style. Dragging the scroll bar in Simple will have many bookmarking styles to choose from. So that text will automatically number the page from start to finish.
How to number pages from any page in Word
Step 1: Numbering pages from any page is a bit more complicated. First you need to put your cursor in the header that you want to start bookmarking.
Step 2: Click the Page Layout tab > Breaks , select Next Page to separate the text into 2 different Sections:
Step 3: Next, click on the Insert tab > Page Numbers> Format Page Numbers.
Step 4: The Page Number Format dialog box appears, select the page numbering style in Number Format and select Start at 1 or any starting value you want to start bookmarking. Then click OK.
Step 5: Click the Insert tab > Header / Footer or select Page Number to bookmark. Then choose a bookmark.
Step 6: So you have page numbers for both sections. To remove the page numbers in Section 1, please disconnect the two sections by clicking the yellow link in the Link to Previous section in the Design section of Header & Footer Tools.
Step 7: After you have broken 2 Sections, click Footer Section 1, delete the page number and bookmark type. Then click Close Header and Footer. Thus, Section 1 will no longer have the page number and the page number starting with Section 2 only, from the original cursor position.
So you all know how to number pages in Word already, quite simple, right?