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We get a lot of comments from people who have added a header or a footer and can't get back to the body of their document. You have a couple of options.
This works the same way in Word 2010 and Word 2007.Here's what it looks like:
You can find more header and footer details in for Word 2010 in Add or remove headers, footers, and page numbers. For Word 2007, see Insert headers and footers.
I have been fighting to create a footer with information (Company name) below the main text, and an image plus a page number in the margin slightly above it. Managed it by changing one of the footers that come with Word 2010, but need a tutorial how to create them from scratch. I've noticed that the sample ones use text boxes - is that necessary? Also need a good cover page tutorial, can you provide a link to one?
I wish I could see a picture! I think you can do what you're trying by using line-break characters (SHIFT+ENTER) to give you two rows in the footer. Then, be sure that your picture positioning is not set to In Line with Text. With the other positions, you can drag the picture where you want it. Also, when working in the margins, be sure that you don't position an element outside the printable area--which is determined by your printer.
I neglected to mention that to create the footer from scratch, you need to click the Edit Footer command, which is below all the gallery options. And when you insert your page number, you'll probably want to use the field code. All of that is covered in the article at the end of this post.
As far as cover pages go, we have an article on adding them to the gallery but not one on creating them from scratch. Can you tell us more specifically what you're trying to do for your cover pages?
Le informazioni fornite nella pagina, è comprensibile. Video di complementi di testo Descrizione.
The information provided on the page, is understandable. Video of the complements text description. (Machine translation)
Grazie, Alejandro. (I hope the machine translation translated your comment correctly!)
Another option is to add the Close Header and Footer command to the Quick Access Toolbar and press the Alt+ shortcut to close and return to the body of the document.
Good tip, Cheryl. Thanks!
Newbie (confessed) - I am new to Word 2010, completing a business letter, I highlight the recipient name/address, and then search aimlessly for access to tools>envelope>print. I see where I can configure the printer for a single or batch of envelopes, however, I am hoping for a path to my old friend in Office 2003. Thx, pr
Dear Paul R.,
Have you tried the interactive guide for Word? It shows you the Word 2003 menus so that you can click what you're looking for, and then it shows you the location in Word 2010. You can find links to all the guides here: office.microsoft.com/.../learn-where-menu-and-toolbar-commands-are-in-office-2010-and-related-products-HA101794130.aspx.
However, I couldn't find the exact menu and command path that you mention in your comment. Let me know if this doesn't help.
Frankly, if the designers of Word 2010 designed cars, they'd probably put the ignition key in the back seat, the brake in the trunk, and so forht
Don't they understand KISS -- "Keep It Simple Stupid"?
Simplicity is always a plus--I remember a conversation decades ago regarding the fact that computers and computer software should be more like cars in the way that the turn signal lever is always in the same place. (But I'm in danger of digressing.)
With headers and footers, we used to tell people to double-click in the body of the document to close the header and footer area. That seemed simple--but we got many comments from customers who were having a hard time. Maybe it wasn't as simple as we thought it was. The big red button seemed like a good idea.
Hi, I have a large document with a header and footer even though I've used it several times now I'm fighting because when I start writing it is almost at the middle of the page.! I can't move margins. What can I do? Thanks, MEM
Hmm... That's a puzzler. Is it possible that paragrah marks or line breaks could have been added to your header and footer? Try turning on Show/Hide (Home tab, Paragraph group), and then click Header on the Insert tab and click Edit Header to see what's up there.
I hope that works.
i thought office 2010 was going to be streets ahead in terms of ease of use - how wrong can you be? a simple "close document" and leave the program running? doesn't appear to be possible. I use Office home and student edition on a toshiba netbook. Also, trying to open a word 97-2003 document on a memory stick - nope! I have to open the program and the use the "open" command, find the document and then open it that way. 2010 as step forward?! DEFINITELY not so!
Why the heck has my Word 2010 suddenly decided to set up headers and footers on my blank documents? I don't use headers or footers on 99% of my Word uses, but I can't seem to get rid of the stupid things.
I find all of Windows 7, including Word 2010, to be way more difficult to use than Windows XP. It 'intuits' things I had no intention of doing, such as automatically going to full screen when all I'm doing is trying to move a screen out of the way.
I think Microsoft just put out Windows 7 and Word 2010 to get people's money. And believe me, Windows 7 was NOT my idea!