Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Editing the Handout Header and Footer
Editing the Handout Header and Footer
In the same Header And Footer dialog box that you use to set the footer for each slide (for
details, see “Setting Page Layout Options” on page 608), a second tab controls the header and
footer for your handout pages. You can access the dialog box from the Insert tab or by
clicking Edit Header & Footer on the Print tab in Backstage view. Figure 19-24 shows the
Notes And Handouts tab in the Header And Footer dialog box.
Figure 19-24 Use the Header And Footer dialog box to specify a custom header or footer for
each of your printed notes and handout pages.
Unlike settings on the dialog box’s Slide tab, the settings you define here are applied to all
pages in the printout. You can also add a header to your handouts—a feature that’s not
available for slides.
Editing Handouts in Word
The limitation of the handout print layouts in PowerPoint is that you can’t customize
layouts, particularly headers and footers. Although you can create handout masters to meet
your needs, a quicker option is to use Microsoft Word. When you export handouts to Word,
you have access to all its features, including more control over creating custom headers and
footers based on sections. To send your handouts to Word, click the File tab, click Save &
Send, and then click Create Handouts. Click the large Create Handouts button that appears,
and then choose your preferred page layout from the Send To Microsoft Word dialog box,
shown in Figure 19-25.
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