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Part 2. Using Word > Task 19 How to Insert Comments, Footnotes, and Endnotes - Pg. 156

Using Word 156 How-To Hints How Do I Switch? After you've created a header or footer, you can switch to the header or footer area from Print Layout view by double-clicking the pale-gray header or footer text. Switch back to the body text by double-clicking the pale-gray body text. Odd or Even Pages? If you want different headers or footers on odd and even pages of your document (which is common for documents that are bound), choose File, Page Setup, and click the Layout tab; enable the Different Odd and Even check box and click OK. You can use the Show Next and Show Previous buttons in the Header and Footer toolbar to switch between the headers and footers for odd and even pages. Task 19 How to Insert Comments, Footnotes, and Endnotes Comments, footnotes, and endnotes can help you add additional material to your Word documents. Comments can help you identify various users who work on a document. If your office situation requires you to pass along reports for feedback from various department heads, you can use com- ments to add text to the document. Some documents you create in Word might require footnotes or endnotes to identify the source of your text or to reference other materials. You can easily add such notes to your document pages using the Footnote and Endnote dialog box. Footnotes appear at the bottom of each page; endnotes appear at the end of the document. 1. Start a Comment Click in the document where you want to insert a comment and then choose Insert, Comment.