Working with Word 2013: numbering pages differently in different sections

Legal Information Update

Inserting Roman numerals into the first section of your document and Arabic numerals into subsequent ones.

To make this work you need to split your document into two different sections, otherwise Word will apply one sequence of page numbers to the entire document. The process involves opening up the Header & Footer menu. This is where you normally go to add page numbers to your document.

  • Place your cursor right at the start of the second section (or the section with the main body of your text).
  • Go to PAGE LAYOUT and in the Page Setup menu, click on the drop down arrow for Breaks. Choose Next Page. starting-pic

If you want to see how this looks ‘behind the scenes’ click on the HOME tab at the start of the ribbon and click on the paragraph sign  under the Paragraph menu.

  • The document is now divided into…

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Welcome to the Law Library

WelcomeTaylor Library and the European Documentation Centre (EDC) welcomes all new students to the University of Aberdeen, as well as our returning students in the new academic year.

We are looking forward to seeing many of you in the Library. We aim to provide the best possible learning and research facilities. Our collections – paper and online – cover all the main fields of the legal practice and jurisprudence.

Please follow the links, if you need information on library services, facilities and law resources. Our guides provide quick help for any kind of library related problems or resources.

 

Taylor Library Team
lawlib@abdn.ac.uk

Need help finding European case law ?

EDC Information Update

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The European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) facilitates the correct and unequivocal citation of judgments from EU and Member State courts. A set of uniform metadata helps to improve search facilities for case law. Before ECLI, it was difficult and time-consuming to find relevant case law. Take, for example, a case where a ruling of the Supreme Court of Member State A was known to be of interest for a specific legal debate. The case was registered in various national and cross-border case law databases, but in each database the ruling had a different identifier. Easy access to judicial decisions of other Member States is of growing importance in reinforcing the role of the national judge in applying and upholding EU law. Searching for, and citation of judgments from other Member States is seriously hampered by differences in national case law identification systems, citation rules and technical fields describing the characteristics…

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