Correct Answer - Option 4 : A single document cannot have both Roman and Arabic numerals as page numbers.
Option 1: Footers help users to repeat content at the bottom of every page.
True, In general, a footer is an area at the bottom of a document page containing data common to other pages. The information in footers may include page numbers, creation dates, copyrights, or references that appear on a single page, or on all pages.
Option 2: Headers help users to repeat content at the top of every page
True, A header is a text that is placed at the top of a page, while a footer is placed at the bottom, or foot, of a page. Typically these areas are used for inserting document information, such as the name of the document, the chapter heading, page numbers, creation date, and the like.
Option 3: Page numbers can appear either at the top or the bottom of every page.
True, Page numbers are usually placed in the header, footer, or side margin. When you need to number some pages differently, Word allows you to restart page numbering.
Option 4: A single document cannot have both Roman and Arabic numerals as page numbers.
False, On the Insert tab, within the Header & Footer Group, click Page Number and then navigate to Format Page Numbers. On the Format Page Numbers dialog box, select Roman or Arabic numerals from the Number Format drop-down list.
Hence the correct answer is A single document cannot have both Roman and Arabic numerals as page numbers.