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Adding Headers and Footers
4. Using the ruler as a guide, drag the border until the outline is approximately
9 inches wide and 6.5 inches high, as shown in Figure 3-32.
Figure 3-32
Resizing SmartArt
outline is about
9 inches wide
outline is about
6.5 inches high
crosshair
pointer
5. Release the mouse button. The SmartArt graphic resizes, so that it is now 9 inches
wide and 6.5 inches high, taking up most of the page.
6. Click outside the SmartArt border to deselect it, and view the graphic centered on
the page.
Next, you need to insert headers at the top of each page in the report and footers at
the bottom of each page in the report. Because the document is divided into sections,
you will create separate headers and footers for these sections.
Adding Headers and Footers
As you learned when you inserted page numbers in a document in Tutorial 2, you can
only edit the header and footer area of a document in Header and Footer view. There
are three ways to open Header and Footer view: (1) insert a page number using the Page
Number button in the Header & Footer group on the Insert tab; (2) double-click in the
header area (in a page’s top margin) or in the footer area (in a page’s bottom margin); or
(3) click the Header button or the Footer button on the Insert tab.
By default, Word assumes that when you add something to the header or footer
on any page of the document, you want the same text to appear on every page of the
document. To create a different header or footer for the fi rst page (as you did when you
created an MLA-style research paper) you select the Different First Page check box in the
Options group on the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. When a document is divided
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