The simple answer is to use 'styles' but it is not necessarily simple to execute. If you have never
used styles, it requires a little work up-front to familiarize yourself.
Instead of using what is probably 'Default' page style throughout the document, you will need to
create a new style for the first page - which you could simple call 'FirstPage'. In the definition
of that page, you will turn headers and/or footers 'Off'.
Then the rest of your document could stay with whatever is your default style and with headers
and/or footers turned 'On'.
Once you're into styles, you'll discover lots of page variants can be created for special purposes
within your documents.
On 29/11/2022 21:27, RealNameTBA wrote:
I'm putting together a document which requires page numbers, but in keeping
with the majority of documents the numbers should begin on page 2. I've
looked but found no way to do headers beginning on page 2. Is there one?
If so, how might I invoke it?
(Ideally, there would be a check box, "begins on page 2," but I do
sometimes think that LibreOffice developers, given the choice of ease of
use and tremendous complication, pretty much always choose the latter.)
Thanks in advance.
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