Word even page footers misplaced/offset

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    Word even page footers misplaced/offset

    I don't know what this is all about, but it's not right. This screenshot shows what I'm referring to. Look at the headers for the odd and even pages. Now, look at the footers. Do you see how the area for the footer of the even page is not the same as the others, causing the page number to be clear down to the bottom even lower than that of the odd page? What I'm asking is how do you get the even page's footer to match the style of the odd pages so that the page number for even pages is properly positioned?

    I have Word 2002, if that helps.
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    Is the problem still there when you print preview, or is it actually correctly spaced? If it's not right I'm fairly certain you can adjust the field with the mouse.

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    The print preview did have it - that was one of the things I checked. However, I found the problem. The problem was, for some reason, the formatting was lost causing the "space before" and "space after" parts to get reset. By reapplying the style, I fixed it. Thanks though.
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