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Microsoft Word Headers & Footers

Every text body must have a header and a footer. In this session we will learn how to create headers & footers in MS Word 2007.

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Lets Get Familiar

Every page can have a header & a footer.

Pages can be grouped into sections, and every section can have a unique header & footer.

Pages can be grouped into Odd & Even pages, all odd pages can have unique header & footer and all even pages can have their own.

First page can have a different header & footer.

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Sections in a Document
By default, the entire document is one section. To create pages, sections, columns etc., all you need to do is to break the running text into pages, sections or columns. Use breaks command in Page Setup group under Page Layout tab.

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Types of breaks

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Types of breaks
What is a Page Break? A page break will force everything after the break onto a new page. What is a Column Break? A column break will force everything after the break into the next column. What is a Text Wrapping Break? Specifically for web pages and blog entries, a text wrapping break separates text around objects, such as caption text from body text.

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Types of breaks
What is a Next Page Section Break? A next page section break firstly marks a section break in the document (which are very important when working with headers, footers, and other page formatting features), and also starts a new page, just like a page break. What is a Continuous Page Section Break? Same as the Next Page Section Break, except it does not begin a new page. What is an Even Page Section Break? An even page break is just like a next page section break, except that it will start a new section on the next even-numbered page.
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Types of breaks
What is an Odd Page Section Break? Again, just like a next page section break, or an even page section break, except that it will start a new section on the next oddnumbered page. Why use an Odd or Even Page Section Break? Odd and even page breaks come in very handy when you are printing a booklet, and you want the next section to begin on the left hand page (even) or the right hand page (odd) when the booklet is open. For example, if you are writing a book, and you want all your chapters to begin on the right hand page when someone is reading it, you can use an odd page section break to begin your new chapter.

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Section Break - Continuous

Section Break Next Page

Section Break Odd/even page

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Inserting a break
The best way to insert desired breaks in the document is to do it while viewing the document in Draft view. Put your cursor at the place where you want the break to appear, that is, after a character or object in the document. Choose the desired break from Page Layout tab Page Setup group breaks command.

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Headers & Footers


Make sure you are in the right Page or Section before you go for inserting header or footer.

1. Go to the Insert Tab. 2. Choose Header or Footer in Header & Footer group.
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Headers & Footers


Choose a built-in Header or Footer style.

Or click Edit Header or Edit Footer to modify an existing one.

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Header & Footer


Click the header or footer box, and then type the text you want.

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Navigating in Header/Footer
Use Navigation command group to navigate between header and footer areas.

Use Close Header footer view button to close

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Removing Header/footer

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Video to watch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKcxyIFsKcI

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Tables

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