Page Numbers . Number all pages except the title page in the upper right corner of the page preceded by your last name. The first page of text should be labeled page 2. In Word 2007, click on the Insert menu. Click on Page Number . Choose Top of Page , then the top right position (Plain Number 3). Type your last name and a space in front of the number. To remove the page number from the title page, under the Header and Footer Tools menu, click the box labeled Different First Page. Click the red X at the top right of the screen to exit.
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Sport requires building your body in the best possible shape to effectively use its abilities for the specific activities. In that regards, health science is very important for professional sportsmen to prevent injuries and numerous issues related to muscles and diet, required to maintain healthy balance and optimize performance of the sportsmen. By applying the knowledge acquired about human’s body by health science through series of experiments and historical data, sportsmen can optimize their diet and at the same time avoid any negative effects of excluding certain ingredients from their daily ration (Peat 2001, p. 15).