jb: I've created ALL of those types of documents in Word. But you know how I read his question? "How do you put a different footer on EVERY page..." LOL
Another rule to add to jb's:
When you choose whether you want the header/footer to be "same as previous", keep in mind that if you're on an odd page, it will be the "same as previous" odd-page header/footer, if you're on a first-page footer, it'll be the "same as previous" first-page footer, and so on. This REALLY confuses some people.
I'd also like to throw textboxes out there. (I really hate textboxes and would REALLY like to throw them out, but...) If you only want a specific "footer" on one or two pages and you're adding some text to an existing footer, then consider placing a textbox down there instead. You can make them look like they're right in the footer. Use the alt key to drag it exactly where you want to place it.
jb: if you hadn't said something, I'd never have re-read his Q. Thanks!
Many thanks for your replies. As you'll have gathered, it wasn't a different footer on EVERY page I was after, but different 'sections'. I see, now, that it is possible, if not the simplest of things to do!
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