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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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12. Adding Headers and Footers to a Document

Headers and footers provide the reader with important information about your document, and make it easier to navigate a document that is long or divided into multiple sections. This chapter shows you how to create and edit headers and footers.

You can think of headers and footers as design elements in a document because they reside in the pages’ margins, and because you can format them differently than the rest of a document to make them “pop.” But headers and footers are also informational elements that can help guide the reader through a long document by providing page numbers, section titles, and other facts about the document.

Most books have a header and/or a footer on every page that displays ...

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