Template Header Footer Word

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How to create a template with a fixed header and footer in Word I am having trouble creating a simple headed paper design template. I have found several articles which say I must anchor the images, put text in text boxes and anchor the text boxes and make them all 'behind text'. At the template, position the cursor where you want to insert the section of text. Click the INSERT Field button. The INSERT Field dialog box appears. For more info, see Add page numbers to a header or footer in Word. To change the font, color or size Select the text to change then go to Home and choose the options you want from the Font section. To add an image to a header or footer See Add images to a header or footer. When you're done, select Close Header and Footer or press Esc.

How to copy page with header and footer in Word?

In general, you can copy a page from one Word document to another easily. However, the page header and footer won’t be copied with page content simultaneously. Comparing to copying the page header and footer manually, this article will introduce a tricky way to copy page with header and footer in Word.

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Copy page with header and footer to a new Word document

To copy a page with its page header and footer together in from source document, and then paste into a new Word document. Please do as follows:

1. Open the source document you will copy page from, and show paragraph marks and formatting symbols by clicking Home > Show / Hide . See screenshot:

2. Place cursor at the end of the specified page you will copy, and click Layout (or Page Layout) > Breaks > Continuous to insert a section break. See screenshot:

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3. Select the whole page you will copy, including the section break mark you added just now. See screenshot:

4. Press Ctrl + C keys together to copy the page.

5. Create a new Word document, and press Ctrl + V keys together to paste the page.

And now you will see the specified page and its header and footer are copied to the target document at the same time. See screenshot:

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Robert wrote:
Here is how I understand things.
A tabulator character is a nonprinting arrow character that pushes the typed text forward up to the next tab stop.
If you display the nonprinting characters in Atlantis (“View Special Symbols”), you’ll see that the tabulator characters have a given length and need screen space to display in their entirety.
So if you set the default tab stop value to a size that is smaller than the space required to display the tabulator characters, they simply won’t show onscreen. There aren’t enough pixels in between two tab stops to display the tabulator arrow.
Note that the same glitch is happening in MS Word 2007 if you define too small a tab stop value.
So it is inadvisable to define tab stops that are too small. As a rule, it seems that the tab stops should not be (much) smaller than the screen space allocated to the space characters themselves.
Hope this helps.
By the way, why do you want to define such small tab stops?

I am not concerned with showing tabulator characters onscreen. I turned them on to see what they looked like and they do display. The first one used overlaps the next entry, the rest display normally. However, I then made the mistake of looking at auto-correct to see if there was something I could turn off and tried turning off 'Replace manual bulleting or numbering with automatic'. When that didn't help, I turned it back on. Now the tabs don't work at all. Every time I start typing after a tab, the type starts backing up filling in all the space. So now I can't use tabs at all.
Why I need them smaller than the usual huge .5 is really not very important. Suffice it to say that I use them a lot and don't use word processors that don't allow me set them up the way I need them. Except for the small inconvenience of having to go back and put in an extra tab for the first one in every line, it worked fine - until a few minutes ago. Now I have somehow rendered the program useless.
Can you tell me how to undo what I did?