Answered By: Carol Chatten
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2017     Views: 434

In this case, there are a couple of checks you can do initially.  Check your page size first - make sure it's A4 (as opposed to US Letter size) as this can affect the way it looks and how it's formatted.

Next, you may need to check how you have added the page numbers.  To make sure they don't get mixed up with any text on your page, make sure your page numbers are added using the 'Headers and Footers' feature in the software (such as Microsoft Word).

Remember to also use the tools in the software to best effect - use 'Insert > Page Break' if you need to start a new page and try not to use too many unconventional methods to format your page (such as using line spacing/return spacing) to make the page look correct.

If you're still having trouble, you can contact our helpline directly on 01695 650800 and we can advise you further. You may need to send a copy of your file to lsdesk@edgehill.ac.uk also.

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