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Inserting headers and footers
Inserting headers and footers
In some documents, you might want certain identifying infor-
mation to appear on every page, such as the page number,
the document’s title, your name, and/or the date. You can also
include tables, graphics, and other kinds of items. Word 2013
reserves the header area at the top of the page and the footer
area at the bottom of the page for this repeating information.
Word includes an assortment of built-in header and footer
building blocks, many of them designed to coordinate with
cover pages and other building blocks. If you want, you can add
text to the building block you select, or replace it completely.
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Insert a built-in header, footer, or page number
1 On the Insert tab, in the Header & Footer group, click one of the
Header, Footer, or Page Number buttons to open the correspond-
ing gallery.
2 Click one of the building blocks in the gallery.
3 If the building block includes places to enter text, type the required
information.
4 On the Header & Footer Tools | Design contextual tab, click Close
Header And Footer to return to the main text area.
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TIP While you’re working in the main text area of a document,
the header and footer are automatically dimmed and you can’t
move the cursor into those areas. Similarly, while you’re editing a
header or footer, the main text area becomes dim.
TIP When the cursor is in a header or footer, you can jump to
the opposite area by clicking Go To Footer or Go To Header in
the Navigation group on the Header & Footer Tools | Design tab.
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