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Objectives. Chapter 19: Managing Page Numbers, Headers, and Footers Performance Objectives. Customize Page Numbers CHECKPOINT 1 Insert Headers and Footers Print Sections Keep Text Together CHECKPOINT 2. Customize Page Numbers. To insert page numbers: Click the Insert tab.

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chapter 19 managing page numbers headers and footers performance objectives
Chapter 19: Managing Page Numbers, Headers, and FootersPerformance Objectives
  • Customize Page Numbers
  • CHECKPOINT 1
  • Insert Headers and Footers
  • Print Sections
  • Keep Text Together
  • CHECKPOINT 2
customize page numbers
Customize Page Numbers

To insert page numbers:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Page Number button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Point to the desired position.
  • Click the desired predesigned page number option.

Page Number button

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Customize Page Numbers…continued

To remove page numbers:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Page Number button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Remove Page Numbers option at the drop-down list.

Remove Page Numbersoption

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Customize Page Numbers…continued

To customize page number settings:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Page Number button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Format Page Numbers option at the drop-down list.

Format Page Numbers option

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Customize Page Numbers…continued

Page Number Format dialog box

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Customize Page Numbers…continued
  • By default, page numbering begins with 1 and continues sequentially from 1 through all of the pages and sections in a document.
  • You can change the beginning page number with the Start at option at the Page Number Format dialog box.
  • To do this, click the Start at option and then type the desired beginning page number in the text box.

Start at option

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Customize Page Numbers…continued

To apply chapter multilevel list numbering:

  • Press Ctrl + Home.
  • Click the Home tab.
  • Click the Multilevel List button in the Paragraph group.
  • Click the last option in the List Library section of the drop-down gallery.

This inserts Chapter 1 before the first title and

Chapter 2 before the second title.

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Customize Page Numbers…continued

To insert chapter numbering:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Page Number button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Format Page Numbers option at the drop-down list.
  • At the Page Number Format dialog box, click the Include chapter number check box.
  • Click OK.
  • Insert the desired Page Numbering.

Include chapter number check box

checkpoint 1
CHECKPOINT 1
  • The Page Number button is located in which tab?
    • Insert
    • Home
    • Page Layout
    • Review
  • By default, page numbering begins with this.
    • 10
    • 5
    • 1
    • 0

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  • When you insert page numbers, Word inserts these numbers by default.
    • Roman
    • Arabic
    • Odd
    • Even
  • The Include chapter number check box is located at this dialog box.
    • Page Setup
    • Page Numbering
    • Page Number Options
    • Page Number Format

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insert headers and footers
Insert Headers and Footers
  • In Chapter 7, you learned to insert predesigned headers with the Header button in the Insert tab and predesigned footers with the Footer button.
  • If the predesigned headers and footers provided by Word do not meet your needs, you can create your own.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

Header & Footer Tools Design tab

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To insert an element in the header:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Header button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Edit Header option at the drop-down list.
  • Click the desired element in the Insert group.

Insert group

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To insert an element in the footer:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Footer button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Edit Footer option at the drop-down list.
  • Click the desired element in the Insert group.

Insert group

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • Click the Date & Time button, and the Date and Time dialog box displays with options for inserting the current date as well as the current time.
  • Click the Quick Parts button, and a drop-down list displays with options for inserting predesigned building blocks and fields.
  • Click the Picture button, and the Insert Picture dialog box displays. At this dialog box, navigate to the desired folder and double-click the picture file.
  • Click the Clip Art button, and the Clip Art task pane displays. At this task pane, you can search for and then insert an image into a header or footer.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • If a document contains a header and footer or is divided into sections, use the buttons in the Navigation group in the Header & Footer Tools Design tab to navigate to various headers or footers.
  • If a header pane is open, clicking the Go to Footer button will make active the footer on the same page.

Navigation group

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To change the position of the header or footer:

  • With the Header & Footer Tools Design tab active, click once in the Header from Top or Footer from Bottom measurement boxes.
  • Type the desired measurement.
  • Press Enter.

Footer from Bottom measurement box

Header from Top measurement box

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • By default, headers and footers contain two tab settings.
  • A center tab is set at 3.25 inches, and a right tab is set at 6.5 inches.
  • If the document contains default left and right margin settings of 1 inch, the center tab set at 3.25 inches is the center of the document, and the right tab set at 6.5 inches is at the right margin.
  • If you make changes to the default margins, you may need to move the default tabs before inserting header or footer text at the center or right tabs.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To set and position tabs:

  • With the Header & Footer Tools Design tab active, click the Insert Alignment Tab button in the Position group.

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Insert Alignment Tab button

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • At the Alignment Tab dialog box, select the desired options.
  • Click OK.

Alignment Tab dialog box

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  • By default, Word inserts a header or footer on every page in the document.
  • You can create different headers or footers within one document.
  • For example, you can create a unique header or footer for the first page and then insert a different header or footer on subsequent pages.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To create a different first page header or footer:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Header or Footer button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Edit Header or Edit Footer option at the drop-down list.
  • Click the Different First Page check box.
  • Insert the desired elements and/or text for the first page.
  • Click the Next Section button.
  • Insert the desired elements and/or text for the remaining pages.

Different First Page check box

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • In some situations you may want the first page header or footer to be blank.
  • This is particularly useful if a document contains a title page and you do not want the header or footer to print at the top or bottom of the first page.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • If your document will be read in book form with facing pages, consider inserting odd and even page headers or footers.
  • When a document in book form has facing pages, the outside margin is the left side of the left page and the right side of the right page.
  • In addition, the page at the right side is generally numbered with odd page numbers, and the page at the left side is generally numbered with even page numbers.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To create odd and even page headers or footers:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Header or Footer button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click the Edit Header or Edit Footer option at the drop-down list.
  • Click the Different Odd & Even Pages check box.
  • Insert the desired elements and/or text.

Different Odd & Even Pages check box

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • You can divide a document into sections and then apply different formatting in each section.
  • You can insert a section break that begins a new page or insert a continuous section break.
  • If you want different headers and/or footers for pages in a document, divide the document into sections.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • When a header or footer is created for a specific section in a document, the header or footer can be created for all previous and next sections or just for next sections.
  • By default, each section in a document is linked to the other sections.
  • If you want a header or footer to print on only specific pages in a section and not the previous or next sections, you must deactivate the Link to Previous button.
  • This tells Word not to print the header or footer on previous sections.
  • Word will, however, print the header or footer on the following sections.
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Insert Headers and Footers…continued

To create a header or footer for different sections:

  • Insert a section break in the desired location.
  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Header or Footer button in the Header & Footer group.
  • Click Edit Header or Edit Footer at the drop-down list.
  • Click the Link to Previous button to deactivate.

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Link to Previous button

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Insert Headers and Footers…continued
  • Insert the desired elements and/or text.
  • Click the Next Section button.
  • Insert the desired elements and/or text.

section number

print sections
Print Sections
  • You can print specific pages in a document by inserting page numbers in the Pages text box at the Print tab Backstage view.
  • When entering page numbers in this text box, use a hyphen to indicate a range of consecutive pages for printing or a comma to specify nonconsecutive pages.
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Print Sections…continued
  • If a document contains sections, use the Pages text box at the Print tab Backstage view to specify the section and pages within the section that you want printed.
  • For example, if a document is divided into three sections and you want to print only section two, you would type s2 in the Pages text box.
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Print Sections…continued
  • You can also identify specific pages within or between sections for printing.
  • For example to print pages two through five of section four, you would type p2s4-p5s4; to print from page three of section one through page five of section four, you would type p3s1-p5s4; to print page one of section three, page four of section five, and page six of section eight, you would type p1s3,p4s5,p6s8.
keep text together
Keep Text Together
  • In a multiple-page document, soft page breaks inserted by Word can occur in undesirable locations.
  • For example, a soft page break may cause a heading to display at the bottom of a page while the text connected to the heading displays at the beginning of the next page.
  • A soft page break can also create a widow or orphan. A widow is a short, last line of text in a paragraph that appears at the top of a page, and an orphan is the first line of text in a paragraph that appears at the bottom of a page.
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Keep Text Together…continued

To keep text together:

  • Select the desired text.
  • Click the Home tab.
  • Click the Paragraph group dialog box launcher.
  • Click the Line and Page Breaks tab.
  • Click the Keep with next, Keep lines together, and/or Page break before option.
  • Click OK.

Paragraph group dialog box launcher

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Keep Text Together…continued

Use options in this section to

control the location of page

breaks in a document.

checkpoint 2
CHECKPOINT 2
  • Word inserts a header how far down from the top edge of the page?
    • 0.1”
    • 0.5”
    • 1”
    • 2”
  • You can print specific pages in a document by inserting page numbers in which text box?
    • Specific
    • Sheets
    • Documents
    • Pages

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  • By default, headers and footers contain how many tab settings?
    • 0
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  • This is a short, last line of text in a paragraph that appears at the top of a page.
    • widow
    • orphan
    • sibling
    • child

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