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You can start on the second page by editing the default page style if
your document has consistent page setup. You can do this with Format >
Page Style...
From there, go on the Footer tab, and select Footer ON (or
Header/Header ON if you want to place the page number on the header)
and deselect the "Same content on first page".  Hit OK. You will now
have the ability to insert the page number on the second page of your
document.  To insert the page number, go to the footer of the second
page (once you have a second page) and use Insert > Page Number. If you
want to have this number to be 1 (it will come in as 2 since it will be
on the second page), you will need to use Insert > Field > More Fields.
Once the panel is up, select the Document tab, then the Type "Page
number (unstyled)", Select "Page number", and Format "As Page Style".
Then put -1 in the Offset box and press Insert.

I hope this helps.

Le mardi 29 novembre 2022 à 20:27 +0000, RealNameTBA a écrit :
Greetings again.

I'm putting together a document which requires page numbers, but in
with the majority of documents the numbers should begin on page 2.
looked but found no way to do headers beginning on page 2. Is there
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
use and tremendous complication, pretty much always choose the

Thanks in advance.

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