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On Fri, 2012-04-20 at 05:47 -0700, Russ Mannex wrote:
On Friday, April 20, 2012 at roughly 9:30:04 AM, Regina Henschel wrote:
Why doing it manually? There exist a style named "First page". Assign it
to the first page and all should be right.

I use the first page style for the first page of the document. It is in a 
different style than the first page of each chapter. The "first page" style 
excludes the page number footer, which is what it should do. The first page of 
each chapter should display the page number footer, but not the book title 
header. So, it is a different style.

It should work in the way you tried it, without a manual break. Please
examine the settings again. Is there a wrong setting in 'Page layout'?

Kind regards

The page layout settings appear correct. It seems that LO is, for some reason, 
automatically making the page after the next page style go back to the first 
style, and so they alternate. Which is quite annoying!

I shall continue to tinker...


      Are you using a Master Document for this? You can then use one
document for each chapter and combine these into one document. See the
Writer Guide for details. From what you wrote, it seems possible that
you are using only one file for the complete document. Breaking the
complete document into smaller parts and then using Master Documents to
combine them might eliminate the page styles problem. (All of our user
guides are written this way.


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