|To keep your
pages professional-looking, you may use Headers and Footers. A header
is basically a line of text which is printed at the top of every page and a
footer is printed at the bottom. You may have both a header and footer
on every page; you may have one or the other.
|You may choose
not to include a Header or a Footer on the first page of your
document, or you may choose to insert different Headers and Footers on even
and odd pages in your document.
and Footers are created from the View menu. A simple header and
footer is created by the Insert Page Number command (depending whether is the
page numbers are on the top or bottom).
and Footers can be centered, left or right aligned, with any font or
may be inserted to automatically insert the date and/or time and page number
when the document is printed.
|Once you insert
a Header and/or a Footer they will automatically appear on
|you may however
modify the header and footer for each page, sometimes this requires a section
break to be inserted.