Excel page numbering

Could anyone please tell me how to change a page number in the middle of the excel sheet without effecting to exisiting page order.
if the exisiting page numbering oder is page 1 to 100
i want to add additonal page after page number 60, the new page number is 60A.then page 61 (exisitngin page) not to be changed.
Any advise please.

I'd ask them over here.
Regards, Dave Patrick ....
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
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