Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding (And Deleting) a Cover Page
To insert a new, blank page in your document, follow these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Move the cursor where you want to insert the new page.
3. Click the Blank Page icon in the Pages group.
Word adds a blank page to your document where the cursor appears.
So if you put the cursor between two sentences and insert a blank page,
the first sentence will appear on one page, a blank page will appear next,
and the second sentence will appear after the blank page.
You don’t need to add a page to the end of a document. Just move the cursor
to the end of your document (Ctrl+End), start typing, and Word automatically
adds new pages at the end of your document.
Adding (And Deleting) a Cover Page
Rather than add more pages to type text, you may just need a cover page that
is the first page that anyone can read. A cover page typically displays a title
and any additional information such as your company name and a date.
To create a cover page, follow these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Click the Cover Page icon in the Pages group.
Word displays a list of cover page designs, as shown in Figure 7-1.
Figure 7-1:
Word can
insert a
variety of
preformatted cover
pages into
your
document.
 
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