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  • Microsoft Word question

    I'm horrible at remembering all of the little tricks in Microsoft Word. I finally memorized how to get it to do double spacing but I forgot something totally important for my paper due in 6 hours. How do you get it to have your last name and the page number in the top right hand corner? I've been trying to find where to do that and so far cannot.. help!

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    Re: Microsoft Word question

    go to:

    View
    Header and Footer

    The header footer tool bar should pop up and there is an option for "insert page number"

    Ta Da!

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    • #3
      Re: Microsoft Word question

      You can go to View--> Header and Footer

      Then in auto text they have some choices there.

      Hope this helps.

      Tara




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      • #4
        Re: Microsoft Word question

        Thank you that worked brilliantly!

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          Re: Microsoft Word question

          If you need to set a different first page (such as a title page), so to File > Page Setup (Or in Office 2007 - Click the "Main" tab on the ribbon), and then head to the "Layout" tab, and select "Different First Page" under "Headers and Footers".
          -Monorail Man

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