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Chapter 15. Mastering Page Setup and Pagination > Including Headers and Footers

Including Headers and Footers

Adding text to the Header (top) and Footer (bottom) areas in a Word document serves a number of purposes. In addition to making documents look professional, headers and footers can also provide helpful information, including titles, publication dates, author information, copyright or confidentiality notices, page numbers, and so forth. In Word, you can easily insert text, AutoText, and graphics in document headers and footers.

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You can see a document’s headers and footers only in printed documents, Print Layout view, Reading Layout view, and Print Preview mode. Headers and footers are hidden in the Normal, Web Page, and Outline views.



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