|Adding document headers and footers
You can set up a document so that the same text or graphic appears on every page. Recurring text that appears at the top of the page is called a header; at the bottom of the page it's called a footer.
In word-processing documents, you can use the Section command in the Format menu to create different headers or footers for even and odd pages, or for different sections of a document. If you don't want your headers or footers to appear on the first page of your document, you can set up a title page.
Inserting a header or footer
To insert a header or footer:
Removing a header or footer
To remove a header or footer from all pages (or, in a document with sections, from the current section):
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