Various page numbers, number formats, and styles can be used in different portions of your document. Page numbers such as I ii, iii... might be used for the introduction and table of contents, and 1, 2, 3,... for everything else. The idea is to separate the document into sections that are not connected together. This makes it easier to find what you're looking for.
Page numbers are used to identify specific pages within a book or magazine. They are usually placed at the top of each page but can also appear on the front cover or inside back cover. Book publishers usually assign a letter and number to each page of their books; these are known as "page numbers." Magazines often use three-digit numbers to identify their pages.
The first thing to do when using page numbers in your document is to decide how you will refer to them. Will they be called "page one," "page two," or something else? Once you have an answer to this question, you can start work on assigning page numbers to the various parts of your document.
You can use any word or phrase as long as it doesn't change based on where you look in the document. So, for example, you could call one part of your document "Introduction" and another part "Discussion Topics" without problem.
Distinct page numbers or number formats might be added to different documents...
Select Number format to choose the numbering format, such as a, b, c or I ii, iii for the intro. Under Page numbering, choose Start at and enter a number to begin the section with. This number will appear at the top of each page in this section.
After you've completed all of your modifications, add page numbers to your document. Add the Table of Contents and/or change the Table of Contents after you've added the page numbers. 2. Text (chapters).
Keep the introductory pages and the body of the document in the same document. 2. On the first page of the document, go to Insert > Page Numbers > Page Numbers. Choose the top of the page. Select plain 3 (page 3 on the right). Return to the main Insert tab > Page Numbers > Page numbers should be properly formatted.
Go to Header & Footer > Page Number > Format Page Numbers to select a format or manage the starting number. Select a different style in the number format to modify the numbering style. Select Start at and then enter a number to adjust the starting page number of the newly formed section. Repeat with other styles if needed.
Include page numbers.
Do any of the following under Page Numbering: