The key to using different types of numbering in the same document is section breaks. Once you’ve added a section break to your document (you can add as many as you need), you’ll be able to restart your page numbers there, and/or apply a different style.
Here’s an overview of the steps you need to follow.
- Place your cursor on the page where you want the first section to end.
- Go to the Page Layout tab, then click the Breaks command.
- Choose Next Page from the menu.
- A section break will be added, creating a new section on the next page.
- To continue, select your header or footer in the new section.
- Go to the Design tab (which should open by default when you click into the header/footer), and deselect the Link to Previous command.
- Now you can modify the page numbers in your new section depending on what you need.
- To restart your numbering, click the Page Number command, then choose Format Page Numbers. From there, you’ll be able to select Start at: 1.
- To change the font, color, size, or other style/format of your numbering, select the page number, then go back to the Home tab.
Instructions taken from http://blog.gcflearnfree.org/2013/01/17/modifying-page-numbers-in-word-2010/