When just the page number won’t do
Unless otherwise noted, all instructions and screenshots are from Microsoft Office for Windows.
A friend of mine is working on an 11th Circuit Court of Appeals (U.S.) brief, and she’s run up on an interesting problem, one not already addressed in my post about sections in appellate briefs.
One of the requirements is that the Certificate of Interested Persons section should have page footers like this:
So, the number immediately after the “C-” is the current page number, and the number on the right-hand side is the total number of pages that section has.
Now, if you’re not familiar with how to put sections into a brief to control pagination, then I’m going to refer you here for the complete video tutorial. (My friend’s already seen this one, so she’s got this down pat.)
The part she’s having trouble with, though, is inserting the “C-1”, “of” and the last number.
So here’s how to do that:
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