Insert Header and Footers using Word 2007

Insert Header And Footers Using Word 2007

Headers and footers are measured areas of the document position at the top of your document screen. Either using the Office automation program, such as the Microsoft Word application. This is one of the features or menus found in the top position in all Microsoft office program. This is use to occupy the space and put a line of information that it is useful for the readers such as a tag line of a company, page numbers, authors, title. Also you can insert a letter head of a letter or in documents and logo, kindly read this link: Create Simple Magazine

In word 2007- 2013 you can select a pre-design header and footer for your document, follow this simple instruction below:

  1. Open your Microsoft Word application.
  2. Once it open, click insert menu at the top of your screen.
  3. Under the ribbon menus, find the menu called header and footer.
  4. Then select/click the header button.
  5. Then select a design, like austere
  6. Click the down arrow to pick a date, and type your title of any in the right side.
  7. Design you text as you can example, apply bold and italic and font style and size.
  8. Now scroll down for the application of the footer.
  9. Now inside the broken like at the bottom of your document, click on it.
  10. Once you see the cursor blinking inside, type a line of sentence or any important text, such as email add, tel. no., your address, etc.
  11. Above the text apply borders, or use the menu above for footer, click insert menu.
  12. Then select/click footer button.
  13. Then select a pre-design footer, example annual.
  14. Your done.

If you want some layout, formats, and insertion, you can click either design, layout, design under the table tools and header and footer tools menu. This menu are hidden menu, so need to open your header and footers by double clicking it. That’s all see you in next post.  
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