Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Editing Headers and Footers
Header and Footer Shortcuts When you work with headers and foot-
ers, a dotted line separates the header or footer area from the rest of the
document page. If you double-click outside the header or footer area, or
press Esc , Word automatically closes the Header/Footer view for you.
To reopen the view again, double-click inside the header or footer area
at the top or bottom of the page.
Editing Headers and Footers
You can edit your headers and footers to make changes to the text or fields. You can add
new fields, remove others, and adjust the formatting to suit your preferences. You can also
delete headers and footers you no longer want.
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