Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
WD 80
Word Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper
To Switch to the Header
To enter text in the header, you instruct Word to edit the header. The following steps switch from editing the
document text to editing the header.
1
Click Insert on the
Ribbon to display
the Insert tab.
Header button
Insert tab
Bubble height
One line bubbles - 1p1
Two-line bubbles - 1p8
Three-line bubbles - 2p3
Four-line bubbles - 2p10
Header
gallery
Click the Header
button on the Insert
tab to display the
Header gallery
(Figure 2–4).
Can I use a built-in
header for this
research paper?
None of the built-in
headers adhere to
the MLA style. Thus,
you enter your own
header contents,
instead of using a
built-in header, for
this research paper.
list of built-in
(predefi ned) headers
clicking the down
scroll arrow displays
more built-in headers
Remove Header command
deletes header contents
from entire document
Edit Header command
allows you to defi ne your
own header contents
2
Figure 2–4
I
Experiment
Click the down scroll
arrow in the Header
gallery to see the
available built-in
headers.
Header & Footer Tools and
Design tabs automatically
appear because you are
editing the header
Bubble height
One line bubbles - 1p1
Two-line bubbles - 1p8
Three-line bubbles - 2p3
Four-line bubbles - 2p10
3
Click the Edit Header
command to switch
from the document
text to the header,
which allows you to
edit the contents of
the header
(Figure 2–5).
How do I remove the
Header & Footer Tools and Design tabs from the Ribbon?
When you are fi nished editing the header, you will close it, which removes the Header &
Footer Tools tabs.
header
paragraph
left-aligned
document text is
dim while you edit
the header
bottom of
header
indicates header
is being edited
Figure 2–5
Other Ways
1. Double-click dimmed
header
 
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