different footers for two sections

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Microsoft Word
Windows XP
Windows XP Professional
Word 2003
My document is divided into sections and I have created different footers for each section, also using "different footers for odd and even pages" so footers. However, near the end of the document, when I type in a footer on the even page of one section, it replaces the even page footers in the previous section (or if I type the even page footer in the previous section, it appears as the even page footer in the following section). Even though the page set up appears the same throughout the document, footers in the rest of the document, including sections following these two, are okay.
ASKED: May 5, 2009  2:24 PM
UPDATED: May 5, 2009  7:23 PM

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My understanding is that a header or footer is something that will appear on each and every page
IN THAT DOCUMENT. unless you type whatever you want in normal but very small text and make it grey
or something so it may look like a header or footer

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  • JennyMack
    Hi there, I noticed you didn't clarify what program you are using; I'm assuming Microsoft Word? Can you please be more specific so that the community can help answer your question? Thanks, Jenny Community Manager
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  • Jeri123
    Sorry -- Word 2003, Windows XP Professional
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