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Yes, it's possible. If you go to the "Design" tab/menu, there is a "Diferent First Page" option.
OK I must be blind, where is the design tab?
First you need to open an "APA paper format" template. Then, when you double click on the header section, the design tab appears.
I read that if you press F11 and set "First page" under the "Page" settings and the Styles and Formatting window will open. Click on the Page Styles icon and double-click on "First page." That should set your first page apart from the rest of the paper.
Thank you, Angelina. I tried your method on a sample paper. The first step is to go to the "Insert" tab at the top. Then, select the "Header" choice, select the Header format, enter the header you want on page 2 to the end, click on the "Different First Page", then enter the first-page header. Double-click in the text area and begin the text of the paper. As soon as you reach the second page, the 2nd-page header will appear in the header section.