Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
From Header to Footer
To create the centered header and footer for the report shown in Figure 5-10,
I selected Client List, Confidential, Page 1 on the Header command button’s
drop-down menu. Client List is the name of the worksheet; Confidential is
stock text; and Page 1 is, of course, the current page number.
To set up the footer, I chose Page 1 of ? in the Footer command button’s
drop-down menu (which puts the current page number with the total number
of pages in the report). You can select this paging option on either the
Header or Footer button’s drop-down menu.
Check out the results in Figure 5-10, which is the first page of the report in
Page Layout view. Here you can see the header and footer as they will print.
You can also see how choosing Page 1 of ? works in the footer: On the first
page, you see the centered footer Page 1 of 4; on the second page, the
centered footer reads Page 2 of 4.
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