How to Copy a Footer From One Section to Another in Microsoft Word

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Copying a footer from one section to the bottom of another in Microsoft Word is something you can easily do with your keyboard. Copy a footer from one section to the bottom of another in Microsoft Word with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Cathy, and I'm gonna show you how to insert footers on the bottom of your page in every page of your document in Microsoft Word. Footers are a great way to keep your document organized, and keep a title on the bottom of every page of your document. If you open up your pages, and you click on the page, scroll down to the bottom of the first page, and double-click on the very bottom of the page. You'll open the footer. If you scroll up to the top and go to the header and footer menu, you'll see that there are options for your footers. Go back down to your footer, and type in whatever your footer would be. For me I'm going to use an example called document x. This way it will show me that the document that I'm working in is document x, and it will appear on the bottom of every page. If I go to the next page, I'm going to check that the footer is also there. If I scroll down, I find that it's not. There's a solution to this, you can go up to the top of the page into the options, and if your box is checked that says different odd an even pages, you want to uncheck that. That will allow every page in the document to have a footer continuously throughout. And that's how you put footers on the bottom of your page on every continuous page in Microsoft Word. I'm Cathy and thanks for watching.


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