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Subject:Re: TECHWR-L Digest - 21 Dec 1998 to 22 Dec 1998 From:"Hyde, Barb # IHTUL" <Barb -dot- Hyde -at- TULSA -dot- CISTECH -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 23 Dec 1998 14:01:32 -0600
Open the Summary Info box (at Summary Info on the File menu in Word 6
and at Properties on the File menu in Word 7) and type the title of your
document in the Title box.
Open the footer and Insert --> Field. Select Title from the list in the
righthand list box. Click OK.
The Title that you typed in the Summary/User Information box displays in
the footer. To change it throughout the doucment, change the title in
the Summary/User Information box, Select All, and press F9.
Wind at your back
>Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 14:26:09 -0500
>From: Helene Borenstein <hborenstein -at- ORDINOX -dot- COM>
>Subject: <No subject given>
>Can anyone tell me how to do the following in Word?
>I'm designing a template where I'd like the project name on the title
>to be linked to the footer on each page so that it is automatically
>in the footer.