How do you add a header to a Word document?
Go to Insert > Header or Footer. Choose from a list of standard headers or footers, go to the list of Header or Footer options, and select the header or footer that you want. Or, create your own header or footer by selecting Edit Header or Edit Footer. When you’re done, select Close Header and Footer or press Esc.
How do you insert a professional heading in Word?
Add a headingSelect the text you want to use as a heading.On the Home tab, move the pointer over different headings in the Styles gallery. Notice as you pause over each style, your text will change so you can see how it will look in your document. Click the heading style you want to use.
Why is my header GREY in Word?
When using the Header/Footer option it appears normal when you are typing it. When you return to the body of the document the Header and Footer looks as if they are faded or screened back some. This is intentional on the screen view so you know it is the Header and Footer. It will print perfectly normal.
How do you create a menu in Word?
Templates Within Word Click the “File” tab from the menu bar. Choose “New” from the options on the left. The installed templates are listed in the center pane with a preview on the right. Type “Menu” in the search box and press “Enter” to see menus available from the Microsoft Office website.