How to Stop a Header or Footer in the Middle of a Document in MS Word
When you create a simple header or footer in a basic Word document, it applies to the entire doc; every page displays the same header or footer. Different sections of a document, however, can have different settings for headers and footers. Hence, to stop the footer or header in the middle of the document, you just need to create a section break. The first section will display your desired header or footer, and the rest of the document will have blank headers or footers.
Create a Section Break
Click at the very beginning of the text on the page that you want to stop displaying the header or footer.
Click the Page Layout tab.
Click the Breaks icon, in the top right corner of the Page Setup group.
Click "Next Page," under the heading Section Breaks, on the drop-down menu.
Stop the Header or Footer
Double-click on the header or footer.
Click "Link to Previous," in the Navigation group on the Ribbon.
Press the "Ctrl" and "A" keys on your keyboard, simultaneously, to highlight the entire header or footer.
Press the "Delete" key.
Click "Close Header and Footer," on the far right of the Ribbon.