Using built-in headers and footers


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Using built-in headers and footers

Headers and footers are often used to provide information about a document on every page of that document. While they are most commonly used to add page numbers, they might also include a document title, author, company name, revision date, or other information. Footers are also sometimes used for privacy notices that warn readers that a document is confidential and can't be distributed. Word offers several ways to add headers, footers or both to documents. The quickest and easiest way is with the built-in headers and footers that you can find in the header footer area of the Document Elements Ribbon.

let's see what that looks like. So let's click Document Elements up here, and what we will see here is that we pulled down the Header menu we've got a list of all the built-in headers. Each of these buttons offers a preview of the header's formatting as well as clues to indicate the kind of information that will be included. What's really important to understand abou...

Using built-in headers and footers
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Using built-in 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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