Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding header and footer graphics
Adding header and footer graphics
Just as you can add a margin text box or graphic on the header and footer layer, you can
insert graphics such as a company logo, WordArt, a watermark message such as Not For
Distribution, and so on. The graphic will have a “washed out” appearance when you close
the header or footer area (as shown in Figure 8.22), but it will print on every specifi ed page
for the document or section, depending on the header and footer settings for the section
where you inserted it. Use the process just outlined in the previous section for adding a
margin text box to add a graphic into the document header or footer.
FIGURE 8.22
Example WordArt added into a header
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Changing the Number of Columns
You can divide the text in a document into columns . Tables have columns, but that’s not
what we’re talking about here. You can also create the appearance of columns by setting up
tabs. That’s not what this section is about, either.
Here, column formatting refers to dividing the text so that it fl ows in columns across the
page, as shown in Figure 8.23. This kind of formatting sometimes is called newspaper
columns or snaking columns, and is a common format used in journals, newsletters, and
magazines, although it’s unlikely that those publications use Word’s columns feature to
accomplish their columnar formatting. Such publications likely use page layout programs
because of the precise way in which they feature text, graphics, and advertising.
 
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