Microsoft Word Continuation Page Text Properties

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lance71
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Posted Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:21AM

Hi all,


I hope someone can help me here. I have designed a letterhead that also has a continuation sheet.


The client now wants this in word format (I don't have too much knowledge in word. I have figured out how to add the continuation sheet which would be different to the cover page.


I then have set margins for the text to start further down in the page and fit nicely on the ceover page.


When you then go onto the continuation sheet, the text has all defaults set.


Anyone have any ideas for how to solve this problem.


Will greatly appreciate any help,
Lance
Whiteway
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Posted Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:14AM
So, your problem is that the text on the second page starts further down the page, because of the margin you set on page 1?

I'm not a source of free information about Word templates, since it's part of what I do for a living. However, on this one occasion... Set the margin for the second page, not the first. On the first page, mark the start point of the letter with the word 'Dear'. That's one method.
lance71
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Posted Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:22AM

Hi Whiteway,


Thank you very much for your response.


Well when I created the continuation sheet, I set the margin to where it would need to be (Following this companies CI). Then when I am on my my cover/1st page the margin is correct still. I then insert a page break I get the text cursor starting right over the logo.


I basically need the text on the continuation page to start in the same place as on the cover page. I really appreciate your help, I am late on providing my client with this and have been through tutorials and forums and don't seem to get a real solution to this.


Thanks,
Lance
Whiteway
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Posted Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:50AM
I am having trouble visualising your problem. I will drop you a site mail.
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