Header and Footer similar to other word processing applications allow users to configure the content that will be fixed on the top and bottom of each page of their document respectively.
Adding Header to the document
Step 1: Toggle on “Header” above editing tools.
Step 2: Update the header using respective editing tools as required for the document.
By clicking on the option “Add page number”, the page number will be added to the header which can be aligned accordingly.
Add Total page
By clicking on the option “Add total page”, the total number of pages will appear in the header of the template.
Using this option, the header from the template page can be excluded from the entered page number.
Adding Footer to the document
Step 1: Toggle on “Footer” below Display Area.
Step 2: Update the footer using respective editing tools as required for the document.
By clicking on the option “Add page number”, the page number will be added to the footer which can be aligned accordingly.
Add Total page
By clicking on the option “Add total page”, the total number of pages will appear in the footer of the template.
Using this option, the footer from the template page can be excluded from the entered page number.
Preview and final output
Below is how the Header and footer will look in the drafting and final filling stage respectively:
Note: Add Margin option functionality in Header and Footer works in the same way as it works in the body.
Note: Hyperlink and dynamic field options cannot be used in the Header and Footer.
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