Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Editing Headers and Footers
Page Number Gallery Inserts a page number field, such as {PAGE}. You can use
this option to add a page number to the top of the page, bottom of the page, in the
page margins, or at the current position. This button also includes the Remove Page
Numbers option and the Format Page Numbers option, which opens the Page
Number Format dialog box in which you apply number formatting, such as add chapter
numbers, continue numbering from prior pages, or start numbering at a specified
page number.
The Header, Footer, and Page Number galleries are comprised of built-in building
blocks (or those downloaded from You can also add your own custom
building blocks to the galleries.
If you discover that your galleries are empty, you might need to either enable the
Building Blocks.dotx template or recreate it. See the Troubleshooting tip titled “My
Building Blocks galleries are missing or Building Blocks.dotx is corrupt” in Chapter 10,
“Editing, Proofing, and Using Reference Tools.”
Date & Time Opens the Date and Time dialog box, in which you insert the
current date and time or update the information automatically, insert date fields such as
{DATE \@ “M/d/yyyy”}, and insert time fields such as {TIME \@ “h:mm”ss am/pm”}.
Quick Parts Displays a gallery of tools that you can use to add AutoText, document
properties, fields, or Building Blocks to your header or footer.
Picture Opens the Insert Picture dialog box and displays the images in your
Pictures folder by default.
Clip Art Opens and closes the Clip Art task pane with which you can search and
insert clip art items into your header or footer.
Go To header   J umps to the header section if you are working in the footer section,
so you can jump quickly from the footer to the header.
Go To Footer Jumps to the footer section if you are working in the header section,
so you can jump quickly from the header to the footer.
Previous Displays the header or footer used in the previous section based on the
current location of your cursor. If you click Previous Section while in the footer area,
the cursor jumps to the footer area in the preceding section of your document. Note
that you must have section breaks, different first page, or different odd and even
headers and footers in your document to use this feature.
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