These are AutoCorrect and AutoText. Start by going to your header and selecting whatever elements you want to be in your "header library. Now you have two courses of action and both work similarly.
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What are their differences? An AutoCorrect entry needs to be typed in its entirety for Word to replace it. An AutoText entry needs to be typed partially, then Word will offer to insert it. The dialog box you just used to define the AutoCorrect sequence will show a partial preview of the header. Now, as you type the header's name, Word should show you the option to insert it.
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Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Take a closer look at Erica's screen shot There is definitely a General section added to the Header Gallery but I have no idea how it came about. All I know for sure is that it took more than Mac Word, itself, to make that happen. Daniel, thank you very much for your reply.
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I appreciate the time you took. I have to apologize, as I missed a critical part of my question I want to do this with images, not just text. I know how to deal with text formatting for Normal. Again, I am very sorry for your trouble I must have been so distracted with the copious google search phrases, I didn't notice I left out the important part.
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I have amended my original question to reflect what I really am looking for, but I begin to think it is not possible in Word for Mac. This document has come from a PC user - the person who creates the documents for my use at the office is a PC user and my entire office is Mac-based. Please don't misunderstand: You most certainly can I did not get to see the image, since lately this forum has been displaying assorted posts with question mark picture placeholders.
The extra General section spotted by Bob must surely come within the PC document, which you easily check by creating a blank document and comparing their Ribbons.
You may have to close the PC version for the General section to disappear or even restart Word. Erica, the recipes I gave you work with images too, both floating and inline. Here's proof no image preview with AutoCorrect, though:. Note that you won't get to see the Library folder in Word's Open dialog unless you previously enable the specific option.
I can't quite get it to work yet, but will persevere. I think there are some pieces of info I am not quite grasping correctly. I have been able to save the header image as an AutoText, but can't get it to automatically pop up when I am typing in the AutoText signifyer I gave it. Skip to main content.
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Tell us about your experience with our site. EricaBourgeois Created on January 14, Is anyone familiar with how to achieve this? Like this screen shot You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
I have the same question Daniel G. Grau Replied on December 5, By default, a new document has only one section unless you've otherwise edited the Normal template. A section defines margins, headers, footers and page size, so if you want to change any of those for some pages as you work down in the document, you'd just add a new section. In there you'll also find two tabs at the top: Margins and Layout. Select the latter and place a checkmark on "Different first page," which will give you a separate header and footer for page 1. For further details, see this.
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How satisfied are you with this response? Bob Jones AKA: CyberTaz Replied on December 5,