The best way to do this is to make sure that you check Different First Page in the Headers and Footers design tab. Then set up a document with two pages, to make sure the second pages truly are different. You can then save it as a template for future use. Hope this helps Answered Mar, 19 2011
1. Click the Insert tab and, from the Header & Footer group, click the Header button. 2. Select the format you want from the list. 3. Click any bracketed text and type the required replacement text. 4. Repeat Step 3 for all bracketed text in the header. 5. When you're done, click the Close Header and Footer command button in the Close group on the far right side of the Ribbon. 6. Click the Insert tab and, in the Header & Footer group, choose Header→Edit Header. 7. If necessary, click the Go to Header command button. 8. Edit or modify the header. 9. Use the command buttons on the Design tab's Insert group for special items. 10. If you have a footer to modify, click the Go To Footer command button, and then edit or modify the footer. 11. Click the Close Header and Footer command button when you’re done.
Read more: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-add-a-header-or-footer-to-a-word-2010-docum.html#ixzz1FruEyu3g Answered Mar, 10 2011