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0:37 1:47 Suggested clip The Office Expert - Create and Save a Custom Header in Word YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip The Office Expert - Create and Save a Custom Header in Word
Click the Header button in the Header & Footer Tools ribbon, look at the bottom of the gallery, and click "Add selection to Header gallery". Enter a name (and possibly other items) in the dialog that appears. Select everything in the footer. Click the Footer button and click "Add selection to Footer gallery".
The easiest way to create a header or footer in Word is to simply double-click at the top or bottom of a page, where the header or footer will appear. You can also, if you prefer, follow these steps: Display the Insert tab of the ribbon. Click the Header tool in the Header & Footer group, and then click Edit Header.
Double-click in the new section's header space. In the context Design tab, click the Link To Previous option in the Navigation group. In Word 2003, choose Header and Footer from the View menu to open the header in edit mode. Then, click the Link To Previous button in the Header and Footer toolbar to break the link.
Answer:Select the Insert tab in the toolbar at the top of the screen. Then click on the Footer button in the Header & Footer group. Select Edit Footer from the popup menu. The footer section should now be editable.
0:42 1:47 Suggested clip The Office Expert - Create and Save a Custom Header in Word YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip The Office Expert - Create and Save a Custom Header in Word
Select the Insert tab, then click the Header or Footer command. In our example, we'll click the Header command. In the menu that appears, select the desired preset header or footer.
Click Header in the section of Header & Footer. Select Remove Header at the bottom of the drop-down menu. Then all the headers will be batch deleted. Similarly, you can click Footer and select Remove Footer to remove all the page footers in the document.
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