How to restart page numbering in Excel?
In Excel, when we insert page numbers in worksheet header or footer, the page number starts with number 1 by default. And sometimes, you want to begin the page number with 10, that is to say the page number start from 10 then followed 11, 12 and so on. Have you ever tried to deal with this task in Excel?
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To restart the page numbering to your need, you can do the following settings to finish it. Before doing the setting, you need to insert the page number into your header or footer firstly.
1. Click Page Layout > Page Setup icon, see screenshot:
2. In the Page Setup dialog box, click Page tab, and then enter the starting page number you want in the text box besides the First page number section:
3. And then you can click Print Preview button to preview the result, and you will see your page number will be started at number 10.