Adding a Header or Footer

Most applications that allow you to create and print documents include a feature for printing a header (at the top) or a footer (at the bottom) on each page. A typical header or footer contains the title of the document, the date on which it was printed, and the page number (the application can automatically insert the correct page number on each page).
The command for creating a header or footer varies from program to program. In most applications, you click View, Header and Footer. In recent versions of Microsoft Office, you’ll find the header and footer options on the Insert tab.
This takes you to an area where you can type your header or footer and use various buttons to switch between the header and footer; insert ...

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