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Chapter 8. Formatting the Page > Adding Headers and Footers

Adding Headers and Footers

Headers hold information that you want printed at the top of every page; footers hold information that you want printed at the bottom of every page. You can create two headers and two footers on every page, although usually one header/footer is for odd pages and the other header/footer is for even pages. Headers and footers can contain graphics, page numbers, titles, the filename, revision dates, or any other information about the document.

You create the header or footer on the page where you want it to start. For ease of editing, this is usually the top of the document. For pages where you don't want the headers and footers to print (such as title pages or the first page of a letter), you can suppress the header and footer. You can also use Delay Codes to postpone the effect of a formatting code. See the section “Suppressing and Delaying Codes” later in this chapter.


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