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Inserting Page Breaks Microsoft Office 2007

    Rather than insert a new page, you may want to break text on an existing page into two pages. To insert a page break in your document, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Insert tab.

    2. Move the cursor where you want to break your document into two pages.

    3. Click the Page Break icon in the Pages group.

    Word breaks your document into two pages.

    To delete a page break, move the cursor to the top of the page directly follow­ing the page break you want to delete. Then press Backspace.

    As an alternative to following Steps 2 and 3 in the preceding step list, you can just press Ctrl+Enter to create a page break at the cursor's current location.

    Inserting Headers and Footers

    Headers and footers appear at the top (headers) and bottom (footers) on one or more pages of your document. Headers and footers can display informa­tion such as titles, chapter names, dates, and page numbers.

    Creating a header (or footer)

    To create a header or footer, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Insert tab.

    2. Click the Header or Footer icon in the Header & Footer group.

    A pull-down menu appears.

    3. Click Edit header (or Edit footer).

    Word displays your header or footer.

    Headers and footers are visible only when you display a document in Print Layout view.

    4. Type, edit, or delete any text you want to change.

    6. (Optional) Click the Date & Time or Page Number icons of the Design contextual tools to insert the date and time or page numbers, respectively.

    7. Click the Close Header and Footer icon.

    Word dims your header and footer text.

    Defining which pages to display a header (or footer)

    Usually when you define a header or footer, Word displays that header or footer on every page of your document. However, Word gives you the option of displaying a different header and footer for your first page only, or display­ing different headers and footers for odd and even pages.




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