How To Manually Create Headers And Footers In Word For Mac


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Manually creating headers and footers

If you know exactly what you want to include in header or footer and Word simply doesn't offer a built-in header or footer to meet your needs, you can manually add one. For example, suppose we want a header with the document name on the left and the page number on the right. The footer should include a note about how confidential the document is as well as its revision date. We want these to be the same on every page. Let's get to it. We will start by choosing View > Header and Footer. this activates the header on the first page.

We want the header to start with the document name, so type in Marketing Effectiveness Report. Press Tab. The tab stops are automatically set for us, so the insertion point moves to the center tab at the three-inch position. We don't need that tab so we can either remove it or just press Tab to go to the next one. For now I'll just press Tab. You can learn more about removing tabs in the chapter about tab tables. Now we're at a right aligned ...

Manually creating headers and footers
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Manually creating headers and footers provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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