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Double click to place the cursor where you want to insert the file name in the header or footer. Under Header & Footer Tools, on the Design tab, in the Insert group, click Quick Parts, and then click Field. In the Field names list, click FileName select the Format you want.
Go to Insert > Header or Footer. Select Edit Header or Edit Footer. Select Quick Parts, and select Field. In the Field names list, choose the field you want (such as FileName, Date, Author, or Title), choose the format you want in the Field properties section.
Type the text you want into a Word document. Select a sentence that you want to add a header to. Select Home > Styles (or press Alt+H, then L), and then select the heading you want, such as the Heading 1 button.
Use headers and footers to add a title, date, or page numbers to every page in a document. Select Insert > Header or Footer. Select one of the built in designs. Type the text you want in the header or footer.
Select the text you want to use as a heading. On the Home tab, move the pointer over different headings in the Styles gallery. Notice as you pause over each style, your text will change so you can see how it will look in your document. Click the heading style you want to use.
Position the insertion point where you want the file name inserted. Choose the Insert tab of the ribbon. Click the Quick Parts tool in the Text group. Choose Field. Choose Document Information from the Categories list. Select FileName from the Field Names list.
Go to the Insert tab > Text group. Click the Quick Parts button, then click Field near the bottom of the drop-down list. On the Field window, scroll down the list of Field Names and select FileName, then select the Add path to filename check box.
On Windows: Holding Shift and right clicking on a file in Windows Explorer gives you an option called Copy as Path . This will copy the full path of the file to clipboard.
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