Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Putting Headers and Footers on Pages
Editing PDF files
PDF stands for portable document file . PDFs
are designed to be read with the Adobe
Reader program. Almost anywhere you go on
the Internet, you stumble upon PDFs. The PDF
format is a popular means of sharing and
distributing files
Starting with Word 2013, you can edit a PDF
file in Word. Open the PDF as you would any
text file and start editing. In my experiments,
most of the PDF formats carry over to Word. I
had some trouble with tables and images, but I
didn’t have any serious trouble.
Book IX, Chapter 2 explains how to save a
Word file as a PDF file.
To keep some pages in a document from being numbered, create a section
for those pages, and then remove page numbers from the section. To
paginate your document, Word skips the section you created and resumes
numbering pages in the following section.
Putting Headers and Footers on Pages
A header is a little description that appears along the top of a page so that
the reader knows what’s what. Usually, headers include the page number
and a title, and often the author’s name appears in the header as well. A
footer is the same thing as a header except that it appears along the bottom
of the page, as befits its name.
These pages explain everything a mere mortal needs to know about headers
and footers. Meanwhile, here are the ground rules for managing them:
Switching to Print Layout view: To enter, read, edit or delete headers
and footers, you must be in Print Layout view. You can’t see headers
and footers in the other views.
Displaying the (Header & Footer Tools) Design tab: As shown in Figure
2-7, you manage headers and footers by way of buttons on the (Header
& Footer Tools) Design tab. To display this tab after you create a header
or footer, switch to Print Layout view and double-click a header or
Closing the (Header & Footer Tools) Design tab: Click the Close Header
and Footer button or double-click outside the header or footer.
Placing different headers and footers in the same document: To
change headers or footers in the middle of a document, you have to
create a new section. See “Inserting a Section Break for Formatting
Purposes” earlier in this chapter.
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