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Mar 10, PM in response to Gene D In response to Gene D only way I can think of is to create additional sections and delete the headers from that section only. Not a great solution I know. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: Magnus Lewan Magnus Lewan. Apple Music Speciality level out of ten: 0. Up to three images may be included in a comment. All images are subject to review. Commenting privileges may be curtailed if inappropriate images are posted.
I have lot of headers saved because i updated them over a time. I m using word If you want to delete the pre-defined headers or footers in your document, follow these steps: 1 Go to insert 2 There are two sections Built In and General 3 Right click on any header then click on Organize and Delete 4 either click on delete or carefully select the header you want to delete and its done.
Thanks David S. That seems to be the only way, to resize the header and footer heights. This just removes the text.
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I am baffled. Word Starter. There eas no header or footer.
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Just saved my McBook Air from a tour out the window into the flower bed. Treat yourself to an ice cream. Only removes content. As the tip in the Word help files. For Billie Jones: Maybe it doesn't work for your version possibly a later one - but whatever happened to good manners. Please and Thank You still exist in my vocabulary! Your closing comment would have been better as "Could you please make your instructions clearer? This doesn't work for my version, and make your instructions more clearer. In header some kind of text is available in my ms word wich is removed but how to add page numbers again.
Nothing works. I'm going to have to retype the entire document and it's 13 pages long.
Rather than delete the header, just decrease the header height to zero. This reclaims your header space to use for text etc. The following applies to word To adjust the height of your header, first make sure your ruler is displayed. Now click into header and use vertical ruler on your left to drag the header height to whatever suits you.
You can actually decrease it to zero if you wish. By clicking and dragging where the white section of the ruler meets the grey section of the ruler you can adjust your header height. This is not working. Sure, you can remove whats written in footer, but you cannot delete the empty space. Aleistar: You delete headers and footers in Word by deleting their content.
Deleting a Header or Footer (Microsoft Word)
There is no other way. You are not explaining how to remove header and footer, but only it's content.
This tip is useless!! I do not want ANY headers or footers, they seem to be generated for no apparent reason Thank you for this information. Question: How do I delete all Headers at once? This still leaves the stupid header and footer there with an empty return.
This "tip" is worse than useless. If your header or footer is linked to the previous section, you will find that it will be deleted there as well, which may not be what you intended. This site is for you! If you use a later version of Word, visit our WordTips site focusing on the ribbon interface. View the most recent newsletter. Toggle navigation. If you want to delete the headers or footers defined in your document, follow these steps: Position the insertion point in the section that has the header you want to delete.
In Print Layout view, you can simply double-click on the Header or Footer you want to delete. You will see the Header and Footer dialog box, and the header area of the page. If you want to delete the footer, click on the Switch icon in the Header and Footer dialog box. Select the contents of the header or footer.