In this video, learn how to access header and footer areas in a document, add content to those areas like page numbering, know the different header and footer options, and change views to preview the end result.
- [Instructor] If you need content to appear…at the top and bottom of every page in your document,…you don't want to be entering it on every page.…Instead, you should use Headers and/or Footers.…As we're going to explore in this movie…with our Red30 Tech document, or any document…you might be working on.…You may have noticed these little tabs…semi sticking out on the top right…and bottom right of our page.…Those represent the Headers and Footers.…By default, we are in what's called an Dditing view.…
And we don't see the contents of Headers and Footers…in this view.…But, we can access them either from these tabs…by clicking them, or by going to the Insert tab…on the ribbon you'll see Header & Footer there as well.…It also appears when we go to the View tab.…There's Header & Footer.…So, whether you click it here on the Insert tab,…or click the actual tabs, all that's going to happen is,…those areas are revealed at the top and bottom.…It's a single row of three cells in a table…that we can add content to.…
And by default, anything we add here will appear…
Note: This course is for users who know the basics of the Word desktop app, but are new to the web browser version, Word Online. It emphasizes features that work differently in Word Online. For basic Word guidance, please see Word Essential Training (Office 365) or Learning Word 2019.
- Identify three Microsoft account types that can be used to access Word online.
- Explain how to start a new paragraph when dictating text.
- Recall how to determine the number of rows and columns to start with when creating a table.
- Recognize the users who have access to a document set to “Anyone with this link can edit.”
- Determine how to print a document that is not printing with the correct formatting from a Word file.