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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Chapter 9

Adding Headers, Footers, Tables, and Columns

In this chapter, you'll learn how to add four types of widely useful elements—headers, footers, complex tables, and columns—to your documents.

We'll cover headers and footers first, which are great both for documents you print and for documents you distribute as PDF files or XPS documents. We'll then move on to look at the extra features that Word brings to tables, both in terms of adding them to your documents and formatting them to look the way you want. And after that, I'll show you how to create newspaper-style columns of text in documents such as newsletters and reports.

To use columns and complex headers and footers effectively, you need to split your documents up into different sections. ...

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