Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating a header and footer
The drop-down lists that appear immediately under the words Header and Footer offer the
same lists of predeined options as the eponymous buttons on the Header & Footer Tools
Design tab. And the check-box options in the dialog box mirror the ones in the Options
group on the tab. The three buttons at the bottom of the dialog box are really the only
things that offer a little added value here. The Print button takes you directly to the Print
screen in Backstage view, and the Print Preview button actually takes you to the same place,
because Print Preview now appears in Backstage view as well. The Options button takes you
directly to your printer’s Properties dialog box. Click the Custom Header button to display a
dialog box similar to the one shown in Figure 11-9.
Figure 11-9 The Custom Header button displays the Header dialog box; the Format Text (A)
button displays the Font dialog box.
The Header (and identical Footer) dialog box does almost all the things that the Header
& Footer Tools Design tab does. The only difference here is the addition of the Format
Text button (the first button on the left), which displays the Font dialog box shown in
Figure 11-9.
Adding pictures to headers and footers
You can add pictures to custom headers and footers by using the Picture and Format
Picture buttons on the Header & Footer Tools Design tab that appears when a header is active
(as shown in Figure 11-7). For example, you can insert pictures to add company logos or
banners to your documents. Click the Picture button to access the Insert Picture dialog box
(a version of the standard Open dialog box), which you use to locate the picture you want
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