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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Plain & Simple by Marianne Moon, Jerry Joyce

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Creating a Custom Cover Page

Your document’s cover page is the first thing your readers see, and it’s what makes them want to turn the page and discover what’s inside. Word provides many cover-page styles, but if you can’t find one that appeals to you, you can create your own cover page that includes the content and the look and feel that properly represents you and your work. Building a cover page isn’t exactly simple if you want to incorporate numerous elements, but you’ll only need to do it once, and it’s a great way to practice all the skills you’ve been reading about (and trying out, we hope!) throughout this book.

Modify an Existing Cover Page

  1. On the Insert tab, in a document that’s formatted with the theme you’ll be using for most of the ...

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