Learn how to add a cover page to an existing document using two different methods—by inserting a page break, and by using the cover page options in Word.
- [Instructor] In this weeks Word tip…we're going to examine adding a cover page…to your documents.…Sometimes when you create a document…you realize after the fact…you'd like to add a cover page.…It can be done a couple of different ways.…Let's start with the typical option…which is to simply add a new page…to the top of your document and start adding content.…That would mean going to the top…of the first page, in this case you can see…in this document, Best of Landon Hotel Guide 024…if you have the exercise files.…
The heading, See and be seen in the West End…is at the top even though at the very top…inside the header area…we see the Landon Hotel logo.…Take a look at the bottom of the page,…we see page numbering in the center…and it continues on the next page as well.…So we'll keep that in mind as we go…to insert a new page.…Let's go up to insert and we'll add a page break.…So now, See and be seen in the West End…pops down to page two.…On page one, we have a blank page.…
We do see the header up there at the top…and the page number at the bottom.…
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Outlook 2016 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton2h 49m Beginner
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