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QUESTION: Here's the problem. I'm doing a tabloid, 11x17, of 24 pages. I have headers on each page. In the header, the name of the paper and the page number are on top, and there's a horizontal line beneath that. On page 14 and continuing to page 24, the space between the horizontal line and the next column is larger than the spaces pp. 2-13 (page 1 has no header). Everything looks exactly the same when I view the specs, but it's not coming out right. Why?

ANSWER: Bob, from the sound of it you have two separate header/footers defined.  I think the easiest is for you to use the tutorial how you create A or B header/footers, this should help to update one of them.

http://www.wptoolbox.com/tips/EvenOdd.html

I hope this helps.

Nancy

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QUESTION: Thanks, Nancy. I went back and reset the headers, starting with the first page. The Reveal Codes information is identical in all the headers, but the problem persists. I have been a WP user for two decades, and I think I know my around the software. But this problem is baffling. Undoubtedly, I have goofed somewhere. Thanks, anyway.

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Bob, I have been seeing if I can duplicate what you have and I am seeing a "Header Sep 0.178"  associated with one header and not the other.

this is referring to the distance Between text and header 0.178


I would check your reveal codes for this tag and see if they are different somewhere.

Nancy

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Nancy Janyszeski

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WordPerfect experience hands on experience, MOUS Authorized Instructor, Brainbench Certified in WP.

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WordPerfect user since 4.2 DOS. I currently have WP12 for reference.
I passed the Brainbench WordPerfect Certification in the 90% bracket. Instructional design and test writer for Skills Advantage, http://skillsadv.com/.

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I am Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Master Certified and was certified as a MOUS Authorized Instructor. ICDL certified, Microsoft Office 2010. Instructional design and test writer for Skills Advantage, http://skillsadv.com/.

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