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It looks like your document consists of several "independent" parts, each with specific properties (page number sequence and style, title, ...).

The basic tool for that is the page style. A page style defines a common appearance (margins, header/footer, page number kind, background, ...) for a set of pages which are sequentially numbered. A change of these characteristics requires a transition to another page style.

Transition is performed with a break: either manual Insert->Manual Break..., or automatic with a configured paragraph style (Text Flow tab). In both cases, you can force the page number to restart at any value.

The principles are quite simple, but it requires practice to get quickly what you need. Follow @floris v's advice: read the tutorial and make trials to see how the parameters interact.

*If this helps, please tick the check mark and, optionally, upvote the answer.

It looks like your document consists of several "independent" parts, each with specific properties (page number sequence and style, title, ...).

The basic tool for that is the page style. A page style defines a common appearance (margins, header/footer, page number kind, background, ...) for a set of pages which are sequentially numbered. A change of these characteristics requires a transition to another page style.

Transition is performed with a break: either manual Insert->Manual Break..., or automatic with a configured paragraph style (Text Flow tab). In both cases, you can force the page number to restart at any value.

The principles are quite simple, but it requires practice to get quickly what you need. Follow @floris v's advice: read the tutorial and make trials to see how the parameters interact.

*If If this helps, please tick the check mark and, optionally, upvote the answer.