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Formatting Headers or Footers

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You can apply direct formatting to the text in a header or footer. You can also adjust the spacing of the text relative to the header or footer frame or apply a border to the header or footer.

  1. Choose Format - Page and select the Header or Footer tab.
  2. Set the spacing options that you want to use.
  3. To add a border or a shadow to the header or the footer, click More. The Border/Background dialog opens.
  • To add a separator line between the header or the footer and the content of the page, click the bottom edge of the square in the Line arrangement area. Click a line style in the Style box.
  • To adjust the spacing between the content of the header or footer and the line, clear the Synchronize box, and then enter a value in the Bottom box.

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