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3.4: Creating Headers and Footers for your Business Letter

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    This section focuses on how to use headers and footers which we often use when creating documents that have multiple pages. For example, they may contain information, such as the author’s name, date and time, or page numbers. As their names suggest, headers appear at the top of a document, while footers appear at the bottom.

    Headers and Footers in Google Docs

    Watch this video to learn how to create headers and footers in Google Docs.

    Headers and Footers in Microsoft Word

    Watch this video to learn how to create headers and footers in Microsoft Word.

     


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