I know, any thoughts. I didnt want to use a table. I guess I can throw in an image and wrap the text around it , I usually use Quark or Pagemaker for that kind of thing. Please suggestions are welcome.
OK, I went back and changed it a bit, left justified for the most part.
If you want to give yourself a bit more room, try the following.
Right click and Copy the Backdrop of page 1
Go to View, click Header and Footer, when the header box opens, right click and paste. Your backdrop will then need resizing to fill the whole page top to bottom right to the very edges of the page. Ensure that the same as previous option is not on. Then close the Header and Footer window.
Now what you will have is the backdrop as exactly that, effectively another layer beneath the text and it will fit the page correctly.
You must be sure also to go into Page Setup via the File menu and then to the layout tab and check the different header for Odd and Even pages box as this will allow you to place your different image in the header of page two without it repeating on page one also.
If you want to see if the backdrop is fitting okay then either PDF it or look in Print Preview.. though bare in mind if you are planning to PDf it then you aren't restricted by the same marginal limitations you get in word.. so if some of it doesn't appear at the bottom of the page in Print Preview, it likely WILL appear if it is PDF'ed.
As per the Revised example below
also as for not using Tables, personally I would. It will make your job or organising the information on the screen much easier. Plus you can always turn the borders of the table to no colour so you don't have to see them if you just want the organisation without the visible boxes.