No Header or Header Only on First Page in Microsoft Word
Perhaps you want a logo only on the first page of your letterhead. If so,
click here to
see how to create a letterhead.
But if you want no header on the first page, because perhaps it's your cover
page, then you need only go to FileŕPage Setup and
go to the Layout tab, and choose Different First Page.
A lot of people don't understand the ramifications of using this setting, so
I'll point them out.
- If you insert a next-page section break later in your document, the new
section will also have a Different First Page setup, so you may want to switch
that section only back by unchecking it, while the Apply to box says This
Same as previous and Link to previous in the next section's First Page
header will link to the previous First Page header (see
Having a Different First Page does not allow for different page margins.
Only inserting a section break allows that. See
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