A Fast Way to Edit Headers and Footers

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

Q. I know how to create headers and footers in Word, but is there an easy way to edit them? It’s such a pain having to go to the toolbar, clicking on View, Header and Footer. Why can’t we just go directly into the header or footer to make changes?

A. You can. But first you must be in the Print Layout View (the third button in the lower left corner of the screen). All you have to do is put your cursor in the header section, double-click and the special taskbar appears.

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