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Chapter 7. Special Features (and Challen... > Adding Headers and Footers

Adding Headers and Footers

When you’ve read a book, you’ve seen headers and footers. You might think that creating them is a tougher deal. Actually, creating headers and footers is pretty simple in Word, even if you decide to use sections and want to vary the text from page to page.

What Will You Put in Headers and Footers?

Typically, people use headers and footers to provide information about the document (such as the title, the page number, the date it was created, and the current section name) and the author or sponsoring company. Occasionally you will see copyright information or a Web address in a footer as well. You can use that space in whatever way makes sense to you or is standard for your company.



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