How did I get my repeating header?

By MarkMyWord ·
I recently upgraded from Word 2000 to Word 2007 and cannot remember how I used to get a repeating header. I write a lot of fiction and also used them when I was working on my MA thesis a few years ago. The problwem is, I only need to add these about once a year and in the past always had to take an hour or two to figure out how I had previously done it. Now that I've upgraded, I'm totally lost.

I want the header (my name/TITLE) on the top left of each page, on the same line as the page number, which I want top, right.

It doesn't seem like it was the insert--header/footer command that I used in seems like I started under "View," although I'm not sure now. It would show up kind of gray on the document, but would print out normal. W2000 docs that already had that in them transfered fine to W2007...I just can't figure out how to replicate the process now.

Any ideas? If need be, I can e-mail a document that has it the way I want it. Maybe that would help someone figure out how I got it.

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by patb071 In reply to How did I get my repeatin ...

Double click (triple click or just click like **** until it comes up)the very top where the header should go. It will bring up the design tab. any other question post back.

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