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Inserting a cover page
Inserting a cover page
Business and academic documents often need a cover page
to help make a good first impression. The cover page might
include your name or your company’s name, a title and date,
and other information. A logo, a tasteful design, or a striking
photograph will draw attention to your work.
Word 2013 includes a selection of cover page designs as build-
ing blocks, and additional covers can be downloaded from
Office.com. Many of these designs include content controls that
automatically display or change the information shown on the
Info page of the Backstage view.
Insert a built-in cover page
1 Switch to Print Layout view if you’re not already using that view to
display your document.
2 On the Insert tab, in the Pages group, click Cover Page, and then in
the gallery that opens, click a thumbnail.
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sEE ALso For more information about content controls, see
“Inserting content controls” on page 217.
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