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I want to know how to do table formating in word, and footer under the table

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How to add page numbers in the footer


Assuming Word 2010/2013:
Go to the footer
From the "header & footer tools" menu select "Page Number"
format as desired.

Aug 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How can chapter titles be inserted into an existing document in Microsoft Word 2010?


Insert The Chapter Number And Title In A Header Or Footer

First divided your document into sections in order to insert chapter numbers and titles into headers and footers.

1. If you haven't done so already, insert a section break where you want to start a new section that contains a different chapter.
a. Click where you want to insert a section break.
b. On the Insert menu, click Break.
c. Under Section break types, click the option that describes where you want the new section to begin.

Note: If you have already inserted a page break to cause the chapter to start on a new page, delete the page break and replace it with a section break that starts on a new page.

2. Apply a built-in heading style to the chapter number and chapter title by clicking a heading style in the Style box on the Formatting toolbar.

Or to have Microsoft Word automatically number headings, use the Bullets and Numbering dialog box to format chapter headings.

a. On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering, and then click the Outline Numbered tab.
b. Click a chapter-numbering style (one that includes the text "Heading 1" or "Heading 2," and so on), and then click OK.
c. Type the text you want for the numbered heading, and then press ENTER.
d. To add the next numbered heading, go to the next chapter heading, click the arrow next to the Style box on the Formatting toolbar, and then select the heading style you specified in step 2.

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1. In the first chapter, on the View menu, click Header and Footer.

2. If necessary, move the insertion point to the header or footer you want to change.

3. Insert the chapter number or title.
a. On the Insert menu, point to Reference, and then click Cross-reference.
b. In the Reference type box, click Heading.
c. In the For which heading box, click the heading that contains the chapter number and title.
d. In the Insert reference to box, select what you want to insert in the header or footer. For example,
• Click Heading number to insert the chapter number.
• Click Heading text to insert the chapter heading.
e. Click Insert, and then click Close.

4. Click Show Next Button image to move to the header or footer of the next chapter.

5. If the header or footer in this chapter matches the one you just created, click Link to Previous Button image on the Header and Footer toolbar to break the connection between the header or footer in the current chapter and the previous chapter.

6. If there's already text in the header or footer that you don't want, delete the text before inserting the chapter number and title.

7. Repeat step 5 to insert the chapter number or title of the current chapter.

8. For each chapter in the document, repeat steps 5 through 9.

Aug 04, 2014 | Microsoft Word 2010

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Remove header footer


In both MS Word and Excel you go to the View Menu and select Header and Footer. It is simple to Delete any unwanted text from them.
In Word, In print layout view, you can quickly switch between the header or footer and the document text. Just double-click the dimmed header or footer or the dimmed document text.
To view a header or footer, switch to print layout view. To edit or format a header or footer, you need to display the header or footer you want.

Jan 12, 2014 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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I need to have 3 sections in a document. First, no page numbering at all. Second, roman numerals centered 1 inch (not cenntimetre) from bottom. Third, ordinary numerals at top right of page. how do i...


You use headers and footers to set these. You control location by specifying locations for these and you can specify Inches, Centimeters and Pixels. The header tool allows you to specify if either or both are present on the First page. Look under page formatting, and then in the header tool bar are the header / footer selections.

Jul 23, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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How to create book type header in docx file means double header, one for tile which must be apply for whole doc. while other tiltle may change after few nuber of pages


this will set the head on every page till you remove it.


On the View menu, click Header and Footer to open the header or footer (header and footer: A header, which can consist of text or graphics, appears at the top of every page in a section. A footer appears at the bottom of every page. Headers and footers often contain page numbers, chapter titles, dates, and author names.) area on a page.
  1. To create a header, enter text or graphics in the header area.
  2. To create a footer, click Switch Between Header and Footer on the Header and Footer toolbar (toolbar: A bar with buttons and options that you use to carry out commands. To display a toolbar, press ALT and then SHIFT+F10.) to move to the footer area, and then enter text or graphics.
  3. If necessary, format text by using buttons on the Formatting toolbar.
  4. When you finish, click Close on the Header and Footer toolbar.

Jul 21, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Footer manual formatting


In Microsoft Excel, it is easier than in Word for formatting. On the Customise Footer page, use the A for formatting. Use the # for Page No and the double + for total no of pages. If you want the footer to show Page 3 of 5 Pages, this is what you have to do:
1) Type the word Page followed by a space,
2) Click on the # to display the correct page number,
3) Press the space bar and type the word "of"
4) Click on the double+ sign to insert the total number of pages
5) Press the space bar and type the word "pages"
In Word it is almost the same procedure.
Best of luck
luciana44

Aug 26, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Secondary Page : Causing Page Number Issues


Click on view menu, then on header and footer. A toolbar will come over and try to look for a button "switch between header and footer" on the header and footer toolbar.
I hope the numbers disturbing you are down the means you switch to footer.
After switch to footer, the cursor will go down to those numbers disturbing you. You just delete them and everything will be perfect.

Apr 21, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Page Totals in Reports


Reports: Page Totals Each section of a report has a Format event, where you can alter properties such as Visible, Color, Size, etc in a manner similar to the Current in a form. (See Runtime Properties: Forms for details.) For example to force a page break when certain conditions are met, include a PageBreak control in the Detail Section and toggle its Visible property. In addition, the Print event can be used to perform tasks like adding the current record to a running total.
You have an Amount field, and want to display the Amount total for that page in the Page Footer. Totals are not normally available in the Page Footer, but the task requires just four lines of code!
  1. In the PageHeader's Format event procedure, add:
    curTotal = 0 'Reset the sum to zero each new Page.
  2. In the DetailSection's Print event, add:
    If PrintCount = 1 Then curTotal = curTotal + Me.Amount
  3. Place an unbound control called PageTotal in the Page Footer. In the PageFooter's Format, add:
    Me.PageTotal = curTotal
  4. In the Code Window under Declarations enter:
    Option Explicit 'Optional, but recommended for every module.
    Dim curTotal As Currency 'Variable to sum [Amount] over a Page.
That's it! Don't forget to rate 4 stars for this solution.

Jan 17, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Storage of MS-Access 2007


(please refer for www.office.microsoft.com for further information)
Database specifications Attribute Maximum Access database (.accdb) file size 2 gigabytes, minus the space needed for system objects Note NOTE: Although the maximum size for a single database file is 2GB, you can work around this limitation by using a split database. A front-end database file can point to thousands of back-end database files, each of which could be as large as 2GB. For more information, see the topic, Split a database.
Number of objects in a database 32,768 Number of modules (including forms and reports that have the HasModule property set to True) 1,000 Number of characters in an object name 64 Number of characters in a password 20 Number of characters in a user name or group name 20 Number of concurrent users 255 Table Attribute Maximum Number of characters in a table name 64 Number of characters in a field name 64 Number of fields in a table 255 Number of open tables 2048; the actual number might be smaller because of tables opened internally by Access Table size 2 gigabyte minus the space needed for the system objects Number of characters in a Text field 255 Number of characters in a Memo field 65,535 when entering data through the user interface;
2 gigabytes of character storage when entering data programmatically Size of an OLE Object field 1 gigabyte Number of indexes in a table 32 Number of fields in an index 10 Number of characters in a validation message 255 Number of characters in a validation rule 2,048 Number of characters in a table or field description 255 Number of characters in a record (excluding Memo and OLE Object fields) when the UnicodeCompression property of the fields is set to Yes 4,000 Number of characters in a field property setting 255 Query Attribute Maximum Number of enforced relationships 32 per table, minus the number of indexes that are on the table for fields or combinations of fields that are not involved in relationships* Number of tables in a query 32* Number of joins in a query 16* Number of fields in a recordset 255 Recordset size 1 gigabyte Sort limit 255 characters in one or more fields Number of levels of nested queries 50* Number of characters in a cell in the query design grid 1,024 Number of characters for a parameter in a parameter query 255 Number of AND operators in a WHERE or HAVING clause 99* Number of characters in an SQL statement Approximately 64,000* *Maximum values might be lower if the query includes multivalued lookup fields.
Form and report Attribute Maximum Number of characters in a label 2,048 Number of characters in a text box 65,535 Form or report width 22 in. (55.87 cm) Section height 22 in. (55.87 cm) Height of all sections plus section headers (in Design view) 200 in. (508 cm) Number of levels of nested forms or reports 7 Number of fields or expressions that you can sort or group on in a report 10 Number of headers and footers in a report 1 report header/footer;
1 page header/footer;
10 group headers/footers Number of printed pages in a report 65,536 Number of controls and sections that you can add over the lifetime of the form or report 754 Number of characters in an SQL statement that serves as the Recordsource or Rowsource property of a form, report, or control (both .accdb and .adp) 32,750 Macro Attribute Maximum Number of actions in a macro 999 Number of characters in a condition 255 Number of characters in a comment 255 Number of characters in an action argument 255 default.aspx?assetid=za100776681033 Top of Page
Project specifications The following list of tables is specific to Office Access 2007 projects:
General Attribute Maximum Number of objects in an Access project (.adp) 32,768 Number of modules (including forms and reports that have the HasModule property set to True) 1,000 Number of characters in an object name 64 Number of columns in a table 250 (Microsoft SQL Server 6.5) 1024 (Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, 2000 and 2005)
Microsoft SQL Server database Microsoft SQL Server maximum capacity specifications are described in the SQL Server documentation. Form and report Attribute Maximum Number of characters in a label 2,048 Number of characters in a text box 65,535 Form or report width 22 in. (55.87 cm) Section height 22 in. (55.87 cm) Height of all sections plus section headers (in Design view) 200 in. (508 cm) Number of levels of nested forms or reports 7 Number of fields or expressions that you can sort or group on in a report 10 Number of headers and footers in a report 1 report header/footer;
1 page header/footer;
10 group headers/footers Number of printed pages in a report 65,536 Number of controls and sections you can add over the lifetime of the form or report 754 Number of characters in an SQL statement that serves as the Recordsource or Rowsource property of a form, report, or control (both .accdb and .adp) 32,750 Macro Attribute Maximum Number of actions in a macro 999 Number of characters in a condition 255 Number of characters in a comment 255 Number of characters in an action argument 255
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Jan 16, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Webdesinging


  1. If the webpage is in Image/PSD format. The open it in Adobe Image ready and use slicing to dive the webpage it into as many pieces as you like.
  2. Is the page in is HTML / xHTML format. then separate it in three parts:
  • header.html: (from <html> tag to <body> tag) in one file and then
  • body.html: from <body> tag to "start of footer (copyright)" and finally
  • footer.html: from start of footer (copyright) to </html> tag
In this way you will have 3 parts one webpage. Now all you need to do is use same header and footer while changing the body.html for the entire website/webapplication

Sep 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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