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Using a Different Footer on Secondary Pages in Excel

If you want to use a different footer on secondary pages in Excel, there are a few different ways that you can go about doing this. One way is to insert a section break before the second page, and then insert a different footer for that section. Another way is to use the "Page Layout" tab in the ribbon and then click on "Breaks" and "Insert Page Break." Once you've inserted the page break, you can then go back to the "Page Layout" tab and click on "Page Setup." In the "Page Setup" dialog box, click on the "Header/Footer" tab and then select "Different Odd & Even Pages." This will allow you to insert different headers and footers for odd-numbered and even-numbered pages. You can also use the "Different First Page" option if you want the first page of your document to have a different header or footer than the rest of the pages.

If you want to use a different footer on secondary pages in Excel, there are a few different ways that you can go about doing this. One way is to insert a section break before the second page, and then insert a different footer for that section. Another way is to use the "Page Layout" tab in the ribbon and then click on "Breaks" and "Insert Page Break." Once you've inserted the page break, you can then go back to the "Page Layout" tab and click on "Page Setup." In the "Page Setup" dialog box, click on the "Header/Footer" tab and then select "Different Odd & Even Pages." This will allow you to insert different headers and footers for odd-numbered and even-numbered pages. You can also use the "Different First Page" option if you want the first page of your document to have a different header or footer than the rest of the pages.

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