Welcome to our free Introduction to Microsoft Word tutorial. This tutorial is based on Webucator's Introduction to Microsoft Word 2019 Training course.
In this lesson, you will learn how to finalize your Microsoft Word documents.
To add page numbers to a Microsoft Word document:
Note: To delete or customize existing page numbers, double-click on the number in the Header, Footer or Margin, and then make the changes you wish to make. Changes you make on one page will affect every page in the document.
In this exercise, you will add, move, customize and remove page numbers from a document. If you don't have it open, open Plants in my yard.docx for use in this exercise.
To add text or graphics to the top or bottom of the pages in your document, add a header or footer. Changes made in the header and footer will appear on every page in your document.
To add a header or footer to your document:
Three common ways that people customize headers and footers are:
To customize your header or footer:
To start with a different first page:
In this exercise, you will add a custom header and footer to a document and then edit it. Open or go to Plants in my yard.docx (in the Word2019.1/Exercises folder) for use in this exercise. You will also need the file Plantsmen logo.gif, which is in the same folder.
To check your document for spelling and grammar mistakes:
A useful feature when checking spelling and grammar is Word's AutoCorrect feature. When Word indicates a word in a document may be misspelled or incorrect, with a squiggle under it, you can right-click the word to see suggestions. If a suggestion is correct, simply select it to replace the word.
In this exercise, you will check a document for spelling and grammar mistakes. Open or go to Plants in my yard.docx (in the Word2019.1/Exercises folder) for use in this exercise.