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ms words help with logo & text on the bottom of every pages


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geekstome

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Hello

how to make like this one in ms words?
i need to make it appear in every pages of my ms words

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Go to View > Headers and Footers. You will be wanting the footer :)

I am not too sure about how to put the logo in though.
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oh... the footer
i tried footnote before it turn to something that I'm not prefer...

hehe thanks, 'bout the logo never mind, not the priority for my paper..
thanks :)
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oh... the footer
i tried footnote before it turn to something that I'm not prefer...

hehe thanks, 'bout the logo never mind, not the priority for my paper..
thanks :)

I think you are confusing the footer with the footnote - they are not the same thing at all! I agree it's easy to confuse the words.

A footnote is the note at the bottom of a page that refers to a number in the main text. A "footer" is the area at the bottom of every page in Word - that area is there and defined even if you don't use it. It is in the "footer" that you put things like page numbers, or repeating text, like "NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MALASIA".

Exactly how you use it depends on which version of Word you are using. But basically, in your case, you get into the controls for the Footer "zone", and first make it big enough to hold your picture and your text. Then you lay out the picture and the text in one example of the Footer Zone, and then tell Word whether you want it on every page, or only on certain pages.

After that Word will leave a gap at the bottom of every page you have specified, and put that text/logo into it.

As I said, which commands you use, depends on which version of Word you are using, but my recommendation would be that you use an invisible table within the footer, and then lay out your text and logo with that.

Get back to us if you more help.

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oh... the footer
i tried footnote before it turn to something that I'm not prefer...

hehe thanks, 'bout the logo never mind, not the priority for my paper..
thanks :)

I think you are confusing the footer with the footnote - they are not the same thing at all! I agree it's easy to confuse the words.

A footnote is the note at the bottom of a page that refers to a number in the main text. A "footer" is the area at the bottom of every page in Word - that area is there and defined even if you don't use it. It is in the "footer" that you put things like page numbers, or repeating text, like "NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MALASIA".

Exactly how you use it depends on which version of Word you are using. But basically, in your case, you get into the controls for the Footer "zone", and first make it big enough to hold your picture and your text. Then you lay out the picture and the text in one example of the Footer Zone, and then tell Word whether you want it on every page, or only on certain pages.

After that Word will leave a gap at the bottom of every page you have specified, and put that text/logo into it.

As I said, which commands you use, depends on which version of Word you are using, but my recommendation would be that you use an invisible table within the footer, and then lay out your text and logo with that.

Get back to us if you more help.

db


i agreed the word is confused, thanks guys for helping me out
deeplyblue : thanks so much for your explanation, really appreciated it =)
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