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Absolute Beginner's Guide to WordPerfect® 12 by Laura Acklen

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Suppressing and Delaying Formatting

There are distinct advantages to placing all the formatting codes at the top of your documents. For one, it's much harder to accidentally delete a code that is at the very top of a document (versus at the top of any page). Another advantage is that everything is all in one place, and you don't have to go hunting around for a code.

So, you put all the codes at the top of the document, and they take effect on the first page. Fabulous! Except for one thing. You don't want the header and footer to print on the title page. So, how do you keep your codes at the top of the document, and keep the header and footer from printing? By using Suppress and Delay Codes.

Using the Suppress Feature

The Suppress feature is designed ...

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