A header is a small amount of text that appears at the top of every document. Learn how to work with headers and footers in Google Docs.
- [Narrator] You can add a header … and a footer to your document. … A header is a section of specific text … that appears at the top of every page in your document. … A footer is the same thing, it just appears at the bottom. … Let's insert a header first. … To do that, from the top menu, … click insert, hover your mouse over header and page number … and choose header. … You'll see a gray bar appear that says header. … These aren't going to be visible when you're printing … or looking at the document, … it's just going to show you what your boundaries are. … Just like a regular doc, … you can have different formatting in your header. … The first thing I'll do is give this a title. … I can put my contact information … or anything else that I want. … Now that I have my text typed, I can format it. … For example, I might change the font and the size. … Make it a little bit smaller, … bold-faced and change the color. … I just want to make it look different in some way … so that it's very clear that it's a header. …
- Identify the steps needed to successfully create Google Docs.
- Differentiate between headers, footers, and footnotes within Google Docs.
- Explain how to correctly assign permission levels to others when sharing and collaborating Google Docs.
- Explore how to place charts and images within Google Docs.
- Determine whether edits and revisions are made to Google Docs.
- Recognize where Google Docs are located, shared, and saved.
Skill Level Beginner
Gmail Essential Training (2018)with Jess Stratton1h 26m Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Docs
2. Edit Google Docs
3. Work with Images
4. Create Tables, Columns, and Charts
5. Work with Google Docs
6. Collaborate on and Share Google Docs
7. Use Google Docs on a Mobile Device
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