How do I make the first page different?
On the View tab, select the Print Layout document view. Double click the header area of the document. On the Header & Footer Tools Design tab, in the Options group, select the check box for Different First Page. In the First Page Header box at the top of page 1, type Running head: and then your abbreviated title.
Should letterhead be on first page only?
Use letterhead when necessary for the first page and plain stationery for any additional pages. Place a header containing the recipient’s name, date and page number on all subsequent pages one inch from page top. Try to leave at least two lines on the first page if you must divide a paragraph between pages.
What should the second page of letterhead look like?
The second-page header format you choose is up to you, but it should always include at least the full name of the person to whom the letter is written. The second-page header can also include the page number and the date of the letter.
How do I make letterhead on every page?
Your letterhead design is going to be placed into the Header and Footer section of your Word document, which will automatically repeat on all additional pages. Go to View > Header and Footer. Now some guidelines for headers and footers will show up on the document. Click Insert > Photo > Picture from File.