Word adds headers and footers
How to add headers and footers in Word 2010. Headers and footers are parts of a document that contain special information such as page numbers and total page counts, document titles, company logos, any photos, and more. The header appears at the top of each page, and the footer appears at the bottom of each page.
Add headers and footers
The following steps will help you learn how to add headers and footers in Word documents.
Step 1 − Click on the Insert tab and then click on the Header button or Footer button that needs to be added first. Suppose you want to add a Header; when you click the header button, it will display a list of built-in headers from which you can choose any header, just click it.
Step 2 – When any header is selected, it will be applied to the document in editable mode, the text in the document will be dimmed, the Header and Footer buttons will appear on the ribbon, and the Close Header and Footer button will also appear In the upper right corner.
Step 3 − Finally, you can enter any information you want in the document title, and when you are done, click Close Header & Footer to exit the header insertion mode. You will see the final result as below.
You can follow a similar process to add a footer to your document.
Edit headers and footers
The following steps will help you understand how to edit an existing header or footer of a document.
Step 1 − Click on the Insert tab and then click on the Header button or the Footer button or whatever you want to edit. Let’s say you want to edit the header, so when you click the header button, it will show you a list of options, including the edit header option.
Step 2 − Click on the Edit Title option and Word will display the editable title as shown in the following screenshot.
Step 3 − Now you can edit the document title, when done, click Close Header & Footer to exit Edit Header Mode.
You can follow a similar process to edit footers in documents.