Word 2007 is a word processing program that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. There are many options you can choose from to customize a Word document. For example, you can add color, insert images, and add a header or footer. A header is text that you want to appear at the top of every page of a document. If you want to insert a header that has a title and page number, it is easy to do so.
Open the Word document you want to insert a header with a title and page number.
Click the "Insert" tab located in the toolbar at the top of the page and select "Header." A menu with different header options will open.
Scroll through the list of headers. Select a header that includes the option to insert a title and page number. For example, the "Contrast" header has both of these options.
Delete the sample header text and enter your own title. Double-click anywhere beneath the header to return to your document. Check to make sure the Word document shows the title and page number on every page.
Tips & Warnings
- If you want to edit the text of the header, right-click over the header and select "Edit header."
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