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Create permanent footer word 2010

Q: Create permanent footer word 2010

i know how to create a footer.

i want to create a permanent footer that has

file name and path
date file was created
page x of y

it would automatically be inserted in each new document.

help please.

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A: Create permanent footer word 2010

You can create a template to use for each document you create. Because each document will have three unique sets of data, you need to use placeholders. Word provides three choices for page x of y. However, a fourth option can be custom configured. Word will automatically enter the page numbers for you. The other data (file name and path and date file was created) would have to be entered manually when creating the document. Each new page will automatically include the manually entered data. It is not real obvious how to do this. I had to play with it for about fifteen minutes to figure it out.

The steps to set up the footer template include:
configure the footer
save as a template
The steps to use the template include:
create new document from template
enter data for file name and path and date file was created
escape the header that is automatically created.
type your document
I can walk you through the steps if you will tell me which of the following options you want to use for the footer.

file name and path [spaces placed here] date file was created [spaces placed here] page x of y

vertical left justified:
file name and path
date file was created
page x of y

vertical centered:
file name and path
date file was created
page x of y

vertical right justified:
file name and path
date file was created
page x of y

I am sure that there is a way to script a macro for this, but that is way above my pay grade.

Anyway reply back with the option you would like to use, and I will walk you through it. It may take more than one post to make sure that everything works like you want it to. If you have the patience, I do too.


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I am wanting to insert a header or footer but on the right side of my page in Word 2003. Basically, I want some text and an image to appear in the same position on the right hand side on every page that I type.

Does anyone know how to do this ?

A:How do I create a side Header or Footer in Word 2003 ?

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The company I'm with recently updated from Word 2003 to Word 2010. I have a document (created before I started) which we use to print gift certificates. In the lower right hand corner of the footer we have a code which was created to track the number of the gift certificate. GCID#010-#####

In Word 2003, I used to be able to just select the ##### area, click on Page Number and type in a number (ie 01100) and then subsequent numbers would fall into line.. 01101, 01102, etc.

When I open the document in Word 2010 and attempt to do this, nothing happens. I even attempted to click on the Page Number option, set my starting page number in the footer to 01101 and still nothing happens. I even deleted the footer, recreated it and attmepted to setup the same number scheme as above but was unable to even get the number to show up correctly. It kept starting at a page number of 845, regardless what number I selected.

I'm looking for any suggestions/solutions to create an increasing page number in a footer of Word 2010 as I described above.

A:Footer Page number Word 2010

howdy TKRG, welcome to TSG. I'm going to close this thread up, as you already have one open on the same topic at http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/1091952-footer-page-number-word-2010-a.html.



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MS Word 2010 - Removal of Footer on last page of document only.
I prepare Wills and know how to insert headers/footer on the first page and subsequent pages of a Will.
On the last page I require the Header to remain but I would like to remove the footer only.
I have been unable to master this - can anybody help plse?
Thank u so much - Mischke

A:MS Word 2010 - Removal Footer on last page only

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The company I'm with recently updated from Word 2003 to Word 2010. I have a document (created before I started) which we use to print gift certificates. In the lower right hand corner of the footer we have a code which was created to track the number of the gift certificate. GCID#010-#####

In Word 2003, I used to be able to just select the ##### area, click on Page Number and type in a number (ie 01100) and then subsequent numbers would fall into line.. 01101, 01102, etc.

When I open the document in Word 2010 and attempt to do this, nothing happens. I even attempted to click on the Page Number option, set my starting page number in the footer to 01101 and still nothing happens. I even deleted the footer, recreated it and attmepted to setup the same number scheme as above but was unable to even get the number to show up correctly. It kept starting at a page number of 845, regardless what number I selected.

Edit: As I was looking further into the footer editing, I noticed the 01100 portion of the number is listed as a Frame and consists of the last 4 numbers - 1100. I was able to open an edit option of the frame but it only gave me Text wrapping and size adjustments.

I'm looking for any suggestions/solutions to create an increasing page number in a footer of Word 2010 as I described above.

A:Solved: Footer Page number Word 2010

Hi TKRG, welcome to TSG. Is it possible for you to attach the file? You can replace the actual information with dummy information, since you probably don't want us all printing free gift certificates.

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We have a lot of templates (100+) set up in Word that everybody in the company uses.
For some reason, mine does not have a header set up, but everybody else's does!
Our IT guy told me to copy and paste it to all the templates but this does not seem the most efficient way and I don't want to save my signature over master templates.

It seems like there should be an easier solution.

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I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and Office 2010.

All of a sudden, when I tried to paste text I copied from an internet page, I got a message "Word could not create the work file. Check the temp environment variable" .

It worked fine this morning and is working fine now.

I had to paste it into Word Pad to use it.

I made no changes to Word. Any idea what is going on?
Thanks, cb

A:Word could not create the work file. Check the Temp... Word 2010

Did you check the temp environment variable as it suggested?

Open a command prompt.
Type echo %temp%
What is the result?

On my Win 8.1 computer, it's set to: C:\Users\accountname\AppData\Local\Temp

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I'm having trouble creating a macro to insert the current date (static).

Here's what I'm doing:
View > Macros > Record
Name: "Date"
Store macro in: keyboard Shortcuts
Click on keyboard picture
Insert: CRTL+D & click Assign
Record: I have tried all the following:

(/@ "mm,dd,yy")

Then Stop Recording

When I hit CRTL+D I get exactly the code I put in instead of the date "02/12/13"

What code should I be inserting to get today's date?

Thanks, Mike

A:Create a Date macro Word 2010

Welcome to the Seven Forums.

start recording
select insert (upper left)
select date & time (upper right)
select the format that you want
click OK to exit the dialog box
stop recording

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Hi, all!

I'm hoping someone can help me to create what I need. I am tasked with printing a page that can be folded in half, with the same number showing on each half. It will be folded top-to-bottom, so the number has to be flipped upside down on the bottom half of the page. I've attached a sample of what it should look like. I did this with two text boxes. However, I need one document that will contain aprox 350 numbers like this, in order. I can only figure out how to do one page at a time, and it won't let me copy-and-paste to a new page. It will take me a month to do these one page at a time!

Does anyone know a better way to do this quickly???


thanks so much

Jan Blake

A:Solved: Trying to Create an unusual doc in Word 2010

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I want to create a block of 3x3, 2x3, or 3x4 pictures to place on the title page of a word document. I'm working in Word 2010. Any help you can give me will be deeply appreciaqted. Gratefully gbwtlc

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I am trying to create Company Header and Footer in Outlook based on this PDF document http://market.prior-it.co.uk/outlook-stationery-templates.shtml

However, I cant seem to make the footer work properly without Dreamweaver. Is there any way to do this correctly without Dreamweaver?

Also it seems I can only get the header work properly if I do not use Microsoft Word as my document viewer. I am much more comfortable using Word with Outlook.

Can anyone help?

Many thanks

A:Create Company Header/Footer in Outlook

Have you looked into laying it out in a table and saving it as a form within Outlook? A form is what Outlook calls a template.

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For some reason I cant edit footer and header in my document. Any suggestions?

file: http://autoit.net.ee/hacked.doc


Ctrl + a doesnt work.
table of contens can not be selected.
header/footer cannot be edited.

Those problems are only with document linked above. Anyone got Idea what might cause this?

1 way to solve this is to save it as odt and then back to doc. but I want to know what causes this.

A:Office 2010 cant edit footer for specific document.

Your document is protected - remove the protection and you can edit the footer (I just edited your file).


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I have a report that the page footer is text box
I want the report footer to say

Loan items listed were returned to FSSCS on Monday October 15, 2012 or whatever date the report is generated for.

="Loan items Listed were returned To FSSCS on " & [DATERETURN_FLD]

This was working before the compact and repair failure and I can't seem to get it back to working.

I keep getting a #name error

Any help appreciated.

A:Access 2010 Page Footer TextBox with a Field inside

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In Word 2002, how does one suppress a footer on one page only?

I have a contract that is a document that has two footers on each page. One is a short line for the initials of the parties to the contract with the word INITIALS below it. The other footer is the page number. On the last page there are signature lines for the parties so the line for initials is not needed.

Searching the Microsoft support site I discovered two possible options. I could not make either work.

The first option was to insert a section break as a next page on the next to the last page so that the last page was a different section. I did this and then deleted the initial line footer on the last page. It disappeared on all pages.

The second option was to insert a conditional field on the first page footer that read IF PAGE NUMBER < TOTAL PAGES "XX" where the XX was the line for initials. Alas I could not make that work either. (I am not experienced using fields and CTRL f9 or ALT f9.)

Any suggestions?

A:Suppressing A Footer In Word

I got this to work by using a conditional field. Here is what I did. Is there a better way?

I selected the text in the footer that I want on all pages except the last one.

I used a CTRL X to cut it.


(Where PAGE NUMBER is the insert current page number function from the header / footerand tool bar and TOTAL PAGE NUMBES is the insert total number of pages function}

I pressed CTRL F9

I inserted the cursor between the quotation marks and inserted the text that I had cut.

I pressed F9.

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I'm trying to make a document that has its first line as the footer.

I can make a REF statement to do that

The hard part is that it has to autoupdate.

I've already gone through some of the VBA scripts and I know about the update method but I cant find a trigger to run the macro that updates them when it changes automatically.

I am looking into triggers too that would run the macro on key enter or likewise.

Any assistance is highly appreciated


A:Word footer autoupdate

WHEN do you need it to update? It'll update automatically upon print preview or print.

So..you want to enter the first line of the document and it automatically becomes the footer text, too?

You say you understand the updating, yet you also refer to VBA. Why? See:

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How do I make the pop up toolbar appear when choosing "View Header & Footer"? On my computer it comes up, but on my associate's computer it does not. I tried customize tools and have not been able to get it to appear. Thanks if anyone can help me out.

A:Word Header & Footer

Hi Linda24

If You go into Word 2003, it is in View and header and Footer. You can then drag the box into your Toolbar. you will most likely find that your friend has a template to default or something if they have the header and footer toolbar come up when they open word. As it should only open when you have selected the header and Footer command under the View Menu.

Hope thats helpful?

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I'm using Word in Office 2007.

I have learned to use Insert => Quick Parts to put the file name in the document's footer.

Many documents I use evolve over time and I change the file name to help me keep track of versions. Such as MyFileV1, MyFileV2, etc.

Word does not use the current file name in the footer. I have to change it manually every time the file name iterates.

How can I get Word to insert the current file name in the footer?


A:filename in Word footer

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Hi guys,

I've got a bit of a problem with footers in Microsoft Word. Basically, the footer appears to be normal - say one of three pages when in Print View. If you then try to print it out, it says one of one, two of two, three of three etc. I am using the two commands on the Header/Footer toolbar as well.

I have also noticed that if you view each page in Print Preview, then the problem is solved - but you have to actually view each page.

Seems a bit weird to me, perhaps some setting has been changed somehow?

Thanks for your help!

A:Footer Problem in Word

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I often work on a Word file over many days or weeks and like to keep prior versions. I append the date to the end of the file name as in Blue Sky 2009-0809, Blue Sky 2009-0810, etc.

My practice is to put the file name in the footer. How can I get Word to put the file name in the footer automatically? I've been inserting/changing it manually, but sometimes I forget. I think Excel will do this, but I do not see a way to make Word do it.



A:File name in Word footer

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Hi All this is my first post here...

So of course I am desperate and g00gle has not been my freind.

Rather than repost it all here, I'll link to original post (If that is not against the rules?)

operating systems - Windows 7 won&#39;t create Administrator account - Super User

So far the PPL at "superuser" havent come up with anything that isn't obvious.
I bet y'all can do better


A:New Account does not create the permanent user profile files

I would do a backup of all data to an external drive.
use GSmartControl to ascertain SMART status of drive and to execute Long test.
Do a SFC /scannow
run "tweaking.com" to restore registry, services and filesystem permissions to default.

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Hi im using ms office 2002... im doing a document in word and have put a header and footer on with date time etc.but i would like to put like a page line on which goes on after that.

I have done it before but forgot and i cant work out how to do it again

any idears??

Thanks ipatriot

A:Solved: ms word.. line in footer

Not sure I follow ; you want a new line in e.g. the header showing the page #?

With the cursor to the right of whatever's in the header, press Enter. Then click the "Insert Page Number" button on the H&F toolbar (should be the first icon, looks like a sheet of paper with "#" on).


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I'm doing a LONG document in Word 2007, and I cannot understand how to do the first few pages on the footer with an i and then ii for the second page (and, then on the third page to start it as Page 1 and so on throughout the document). After I do the first two pages with i and ii, when I try to start the third page numerically (as Page 1), it REMOVES the header designations (i & ii from my first two pages and starts page 1 on the very first page (which should be the i page). REALLY FRUSTRATING! I wouldn't have to do this in the first place if I could only convert the attached PDF into a Word doc. This is all my teacher wants. I tried a few PDF-To-Word conversion sites, but I haven't found one yet that didn't reproduce the bullets on the finished Word doc (somehow, this area is messed up). Can anyone offer any help, please?


Maybe something here to try to convert your PDF to Word:
How to convert PDF to Word

Please let us know if something works for you.

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when i insert page number footer in word 2007,

it types the footer "7 of 1 Page" instead of "Page 1 of 7"

as shown in attach document

A:word 2007 footer setting

case closed, i temper with word 2007 language setting and the problem was solved

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Hi All,

I have both WordPerfect 12 and Word 2003 on my computer. Note that I do most of my document creating in WordPerfect because I believe that WordPerfect gives greater control over what you want to do than Word.

I created a document in WP with a footer that contains my reference source for information that I cited. I converted this document to Rich Text format. The problem is that the document from the WP transfer formatted fine, except for the footer reference. When I go to Print Preview in Word or to Page Layout the footer is not there. HOWEVER, if I go to edit the footer in Word, it is there. It just is not coming through on Print Preview.

I tried just editing the footer in Word, thinking that the WP format did not carry over. The footer still does not appear in Word. How do I get Word to show the WP footer?


A:WordPerfect 12 to Word 2003 Footer Help

Hey All,

There seems to be very different parameters between Word and WP's handling of document headers and footers. I opened Word and did a Edit/Select All, to copy the text to the Clipboard. I suppose I could have opened up Notepad, and copied it into that. However, I wanted to retain formatting. So instead, I opened up Wordpad. (The very poor man's version of MS Word, with no spell check our special options that is a part of Windows.) Pasting the document into WordPad, I was finally able to successfully create and show the footer. (Just had to re-type the footer.)

Word accepts WordPad's footer formatting features, so when doing WP to Word file conversions, users may have to use the clipboard to move from one pure MS based supported Windows program to the other pure MS Windows based program. In my case, needing to transfer from Word Pad to Word for a successful footer transfer.

One area where I have always found Word to be better than WP is in Internet File based transfers. I thought Footer formats would work better between Word and WP. I will leave this topic open if anyone knows easier ways to do document header/footer transfers between Word and WP to comment.


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Windows 8.1 My default footer now indicates ?Page x OF x? and I want to add the File / Directory Name. I can?t find any indication on how to do that and I know I had it on my previous Word 2000. So how I can add to my default template the File / Directory name on the Footer?

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Sigh! Things are going from bad to worse in my attempts to paginate my 57 page document. (Word 2007) I reported earlier that I cannot get Word to properly paginate past page 16. Now, starting on page 17 there is a paragraph mark showing where the footer exists. I want to remove the footer all together and no matter how many times I click on remove footer (or header for that matter) nothing happens. Delete doesn't work. Closing and re-opening the program doesn't work.............. I can't find any other options. I don't want this footer!

A:Can't Remove Footer Word 2007

If you'd like to zip the DOC file and post it as an attachment, I'd gladly have a look at it for you.


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When I open Header & Footer toolbar and click "insert auto text", the drop-down box is empty; ie things like filename, filepath, author etc have disappeared.

A while ago I created autotext entries on the main autotext toolbar and these are still there. When I did this I deleted the default entries like "yours sincerely" etc. I did not fiddle with the header and footer autotext entries though, so can't understand where these have got to.

Any suggestions, please? (Using WINME/ Office 2000)

A:Header & footer problem in Word

O & O - you hero!

Worked spot on! header & footer entries back in.

I wait with baited breath for the next bit....!

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Hi - I am trying to write a simple macro for MS Word (I'm using 2007 but would like it to work for 2003 too ideally)

The macro should:
insert a website address and company details into the footer of the first page of a document and then
insert a logo into the footer of all subsequent pages.
I'm a bit of a newbie and I've tried to record a macro to do this but it puts everything into the first footer.

I have searched through these forums and come up with a macro that lets me place text into the first page only - but I can't then add the alternative footer for subsequent pages.

Here's my macro (apologies in advance....)
Sub footer()
' footer Macro

ActiveDocument.PageSetup.DifferentFirstPageHeaderFooter = True
Selection.Font.Size = 8
Selection.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = wdAlignParagraphRight
Selection.TypeText Text:= _
If ActiveWindow.View.SplitSpecial = wdPaneNone Then
ActiveWindow.ActivePane.View.Type = wdPrintView
ActiveWindow.View.Type = wdPrintView
Selection.InlineShapes.AddPicture FileName:= _
"C:\images\mylogo.jpg", _
LinkToFile:=False, SaveWithDocument:=True
End If

End Sub


A:MS Word Footer Macro Different Front Page

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for the life of me i cannot figure out how to make a macro that will put only the file name in a footer at the bottom left of the page. I have found one that puts the name with the PATH in the footer, but can't figure out how to do it WITHOUT the PATH...

Can anyone help PLEASE????

This is the one i found:

Sub footer()
' footer Macro
Selection.Font.Size = 8
Selection.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = wdAlignParagraphLeft
Selection.Fields.Add Range:=Selection.Range, Type:=wdFieldEmpty, Text:= _
"FILENAME \* FirstCap", PreserveFormatting:=True
If ActiveWindow.View.SplitSpecial = wdPaneNone Then
ActiveWindow.ActivePane.View.Type = wdPrintView
ActiveWindow.View.Type = wdPrintView
End If
End Sub
Many thanks


A:Word 2007 Macro - footer file name

I've tried this macro and, for me, it does only enter the file name without the path so I'm not sure why it is doing the opposite for you. If you did want the path the line would be

"FILENAME \p \* FirstCap", PreserveFormatting:=True

Maybe if you put in the \p it will turn off the path parameter????

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Just wanted to comment on the now-closed thread about viewing Headers and Footers in Word 2007. I recently moved to using 2007 so all my previous docs are in 2003. I was editing a doc that needed a change in the header. Thinks: rolleyes:because 2007 is "intuitive") this will be on the insert or view menus. Couldn't find any mention of H&Fs. Looked up help and it says open insert ribbon and select H&Fs. NO - IT'S NOT THERE!! I read your thread about revealing the blank space - but that's not the answer either. So I could see it on print preview - but nowhere else.
What I found was that using Office Button/ Word Options (at the foot) and then Advanced; there is - right at the very end of the advanced options - a section which says "Lay Out this document as if created in.." and I selected Word 2003. This immediately revealed the H&Fs as per Word 2003 and I was able to edit them. Moreover .. when I reverted to viewing as 2007 layout it was still there AND the H&F menu section had appeared on the Insert Ribbon AND it has continued to appear on re-starting Word. So it must have been a "first-time" problem on switching over to 2007.
(But why does it have to be so complicated ???)

A:Word 2007 Header and Footer Access

Thanks for sharing this anyway, I'm sure it will be useful to others with the same problem. Glad you figured it out.

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I have a probelm in my work place!

I work very hard in my Word documents and send it to my supervisor, who is not able to do what I can do (feeling very sorry for him, in this regard).

But then He always remove my name in the footers and sends it to the main office by his name, as He did all the stuff and I did nothing!

This is unjust to me and I want to hide foooter where my name is written ( in all views of MS Word) and I want to have my name on the print after a print command is given in the main office.

Is it possible?

Will make me very glad if it could be done!

Thanks in advance

A:Avoid viewing Footer in Word but should appear when printing

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Windows 95, Word 2000, a saved network document - when I type in the header or footer field it puts squares instead of the letter I'm typing. If I try it from a different computer it works fine. The settings for Word on both computers seem to be identical. Any ideas??

A:Word 95: Strange Fonts in Header and Footer

first see if it works while logged on a different user. If it still doesn't work export the registry section hkeylocalmachine\software\microsoft\office from a machine that it works on, then import the reg file on the machine that you are having the problem

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How do I insert a footer page number in Word 2007 in the form Page X of Y centered on the bottom? Thanks.

A:Word 2007: How to inserter page x of y as a footer?

Hello Hal06,Click the following:Insert Page Number (in the Header & Footer section at the top) Bottom of Page Bold Numbers 2

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Dear all,

Thank you for reading and answering to my urgent query. I have a document with Exposure pre-format footer (It only set the footer to the right of the document). As I have to print double-sided, I select the 'Different Odd & Even Pages' option, but it shows nothing on the even page, and there is no same footer design for even page to choose from.

Is there any way to change the Exposure footer to display on the left of the document.

Thank you!

A:Word 2007: Preformat footer problem

Thank you for reading. I have somehow managed to find the solution.

1) After selecting the 'Different Odd & Even Pages' option, in the even page, choose Exposure footer again.
2) Select the footer and right-click, choose 'Table Properties'.
3) Under Table tab, choose Left alignment.

The footer should display on the right of the document in odd pages, and on the left side in even pages.

Thank you!

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Hi everybody,
how does one delete a footer in Word 2000? I have a document in which I had a footer, which I later wanted to get rid of. I couldn't find out how to delete it. The only thing I could think of was to go into the footer and delete all the text. Then the footer isn't visible any more. It is however "still there" in some ways. I notice that the spell checker goes there to check, and that a style "footer" insists on being in the document. So it is not really gone. How can I get rid of it completely?

In another document I have an "invisible footer" which still contains text. The footer is never visible when I edit the document, and it is never printed, but when I spell check the document, it complains about the spelling in the footer. Strange, I think. How did I get into this situation? How do I get rid of it completely?

I have Word 2000

Mats Westholm

A:{SOLVED}Word 2000 deleting a footer ?

I've had this happen before. Finally figured out that we'd taken a different odd/even setup document and changed it to normal layout. What was still stored was the other section header. Try changing the entire document to different odd/even page layout, delete all of the headers and footers, then change it back. You could also try setting up for different first page to see if any additional stuff is "stored" there. Make sure when you change layouts that you've got "whole document" and not "this section only" selected.

Hope this helps. Welcome to TSG.

Brainbench MVP for Microsoft Word

[This message has been edited by Dreamboat (edited 11-19-2000).]

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When I go to View and select Headerand Footer, the dialog box that drops down says "No Entries" where it used to show 'file name' and a few other things that I don't remember any more because I can't see them.
It is Word 97, and it had been working fine. Don't know what that 'box' is called, so I don't know what to look for. I'm on XP Home.

A:Auto fill for Header and Footer in MS Word

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Hi, I am trying to create a form in MS Word and need to add a footer on the last page with totals and a graphic.
I have tried googling this with out success and tried numerous solutions which have worked involving field codes.
Not sure how to implement this, can someone point me in the right direction?

A:MS Office 2012 - MS Word Footer on Last Page Only

Thanks in advance!

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Im having some trouble with a footer in Word 2007. All that is in the footer is a small image, there are no blank lines before or after it, however there is a large gap between the top of the image and the top of the footer.

I have tried to move the top margin of the footer, but the margin on the left-hand ruler dosn't correspond to the line of the top of the footer, so im unable to change it...... Anyone have any ideas how I can reduce the size of the footer at the top so I can fit a little more text on the page?


A:Solved: Footer Problem Word 2007

I think the actual document margin might be your problem. Can't you go to Layout and increase the length of your document by lowering the bottom margin measurement?

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Dear all,

I have a Word 2007 document that contains 3 pages. A table runs continuously in the 3 pages. The table remains as 1 table when I added in a footer.

But when I select 'Different Odd & Even Pages' option, it changes to 4 pages. As part of the table in page 2 goes to page 3, it leaves a big space in page 2.

How can I let the table appear as it is before I select the 'Different Odd & Even Pages' option?

Thank you very much.

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I have a large number of Word files and would like to add a footer or header to each showing the filename. I know how to do it by opening each file one at a time but this will be quite time consuming and I was wondering if there was a way to do a batch of files at once? Any suggestions would be much appreciated as there is quite a large number of files I need to change.Thanks.

A:Inserting Header/footer In Multiple Word Files

I can't think of a way of doing this to previously saved files but if you edit the normal.dot file to have this on then it will do this for all new documents.

The only other way would be to use a VB script to add it on opening of a file. This would mean coding it and then opening every file. The only advantage to this is hat you would not need to do manually for every file.

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I have created a document that consited 5 pages,
this document include hearder and footer, but the format of the template requires to remove the hearder from the first page page and keep the footer, and all the following pages will include the header and footer,
I tried dozens of times all the methods that I found by microsoft and many of the forums that I searched on google all lead to remove header and foorter,
Now, I found the soluction how to remove the header from the first page, but the major trouble is how to keep the foorther in the first page which is the subject of this modification,
I need a clear and simple answer to be provided into steps such as:
1.page layout > 2.page steup > 3.layout etc...
your soonest and helpful feedback will be highly appreciated,
many thanks in advance,
best regards,

A:How to remove header in the first page and keep the footer - word 2007

Make the first page Section1 and the rest Section 2.
see: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/word-help/about-sections-and-section-breaks-HP005255035.aspx
Separate layouts can be applied to each section.

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Any way of displaying header/footer info on all pages but the last page.

i.e x of y for 6 pages.
page 5 should still say 5 of 6, but page 6 should display no header or footer.

A:Solved: Word - Remove header/footer from last page.

Hi ittrain,

Insert a Section break before the last page, then for the Header / Footer in that section ensure that it is blank, and not 'same as previous'.


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Frustrated new member here...I am trying to figure out how to make my letterhead logo only appear on the first page of a 2003 Word document. I figured out how to add the header and footer, but it wants to print out on every page. How do I limit it to just the first page? Any wisdom, greatly appreciated.

A:Word 2003 Header/Footer First Page Only Help Needed!


Short answer is -- make the first page a separate section, then apply the header/footer to just that section.

If you get stuck putting this into practice, post back.

ETA: read "How to Create Different Headers and Footers for Sections of a Document" here.

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I am trying to put both a page number and a footer with text on each page of a word document. I am using Word 2007. I have tried different things, including suggestions on ehow and cannot find an answer! Please help if you know how to do this! Thanks!

A:Solved: can't put footer AND page number in Word 2007

Is this solved or not?

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I'm trying to get a Word template that has the auto-text "file name and path" inserted into the footer. I want it to update automatically whenever I save the document into a new directory. Right now it stays the same. Can anyone point me in the right direction? This is a work computer that does NOT have the ribbon.


A:Microsoft Word 2003 Header-Footer Question

you just want to to state where it resides in the footer? in the header/footer section, select footer > tools button on the toolbar > insert auto text > filename and path. Then save the template, should be good to go.

and welcome to tsg.....

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I have managed to lose the drop down menu that displays when one selects Header/Footer from the "View" option on the Word toolbar.

What I did was accidentally drag it over the toolbar and released the mouse button which resulted in the drop down menu not displaying when I select Header/Footer from the "View" option.

What does happen when I select Header/Footer is the header and footer in the document currently open displays the header/footer boxes.
I can edit what exists in the open document but there is no way to create new headers/footers or use the options normally available on the Header/Footer drop down menu.

I've searched on just about every word and phrase I can think of in Word Help, but alas it's not being very helpful. Perhaps someone here can help me out.

Many thanks!

A:Retrieving Word Header/Footer Drop Down Menu

The toolbar should have embedded itself in the main toolbar in that case. You should be able to grab the left hand end of it and undock it.

If that does not work for some reason, I think toolbar settings are held in "normal.dot", so with Word closed, search for and rename any "normal.dot" files to "normal.old". Then restart Word.

You will need to enable hidden files and folders under Search or you will not find the file(s). There must be at least one.

Normal.dot is the default template, and when Word does nor find the file when it runs, it creates a new one with all standard defaults.

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