Adds a footer to the current page style. A footer is an area in the bottom page margin, where you can add text or graphics.
If you want, you can also add borders or a background fill to a footer.
To insert a footer into the current document, select Footer on, and then click OK.
If you want to extend a footer into the page margins, insert a frame into the footer.
To quickly move the text cursor from the document text to the header or footer, press CommandCtrl+Page Up or Page Down. Press the same key again to move the text cursor back into the document text.
Set the properties of the footer.
Adds a footer to the current page style.
Even and odd pages share the same content. To assign a different footer to even and odd pages, clear this option, and then click Edit.
First and even/odd pages share the same content.
Enter the amount of space to leave between the left edge of the page and the left edge of the footer.
Enter the amount of space to leave between the right edge of the page and the right edge of the footer.
Enter the amount of space that you want to maintain between the bottom edge of the document text and the top edge of the footer.
Overrides the Spacing setting and allows the footer to expand into the area between the footer and document text.
Enter the height you want for the footer.
Automatically adjusts the height of the footer to fit the content you enter.
Defines a border, a background color, or a background pattern for the footer.