To depart, choose Close Header and Footer or click Esc. If you want your second page to begin at 1 rather than 2, click to Insert > Page Number > Format Page Numbers and change the Start at setting under Page Numbering to 0. Click OK.
The first page of your document will now begin with page one as set by your document's template.
Navigate to the Layout section of the Ribbon. Go to page 3 and double-click the header to access the "Header and Footer" mode. Click "OK" to apply the changes.
Make your first page header or footer stand out from the remainder of the document. On the first page, double-click the region between the header and footer. In the toolbox that displays, select the Design tab. In the Options group, check the "Different First Page" option. Make adjustments to the first page's current header or footer. When you're finished, click OK.
On another single page, change the header or footer.
To remove the page number from the first page, use the maketitle command with thispagestyle empty.
Repeat for each subsequent page you want to be unnumbered.
Insert > Header and Footer > Edit Header and Footer Choose another first page. It is important to note that a separate first page can be used for the first page of any part in your document, not simply the very first page. On the first page, look for a label that reads First Page Header in the header or footer area. This is where you can add some text to appear on all first pages.