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I am creating styles for a template. The client wants the header text to
appear at the top of the frame, above the top margin. The only way I could
figure out how to do this was by placing the header text in a frame, with the
position of the frame specified above the margin.

When I apply the header style, it pushes the header to the previous page.
For example, when I type in a new header on page 2, select it and apply the
header style, the header jumps up to page 1. If I select "move with text" in
the frame options, then it changes to position to within the margins of the
text. Because of the preprinted stationery the client is using, it's
important that the header appear above the text margins. Help!
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Sorry, I meant "top of the page" not "top of the frame" in the first paragraph.

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I am creating styles for a template. The client wants the header text to
appear at the top of the frame, above the top margin. The only way I could
figure out how to do this was by placing the header text in a frame, with the
position of the frame specified above the margin.

When I apply the header style, it pushes the header to the previous page.
For example, when I type in a new header on page 2, select it and apply the
header style, the header jumps up to page 1. If I select "move with text" in
the frame options, then it changes to position to within the margins of the
text. Because of the preprinted stationery the client is using, it's
important that the header appear above the text margins. Help!

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You want the header text in the Header. See
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/Letterhead.htm

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"bakerbiz" wrote in message
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I am creating styles for a template. The client wants the header text to
appear at the top of the frame, above the top margin. The only way I

could
figure out how to do this was by placing the header text in a frame, with

the
position of the frame specified above the margin.

When I apply the header style, it pushes the header to the previous page.
For example, when I type in a new header on page 2, select it and apply

the
header style, the header jumps up to page 1. If I select "move with text"

in
the frame options, then it changes to position to within the margins of

the
text. Because of the preprinted stationery the client is using, it's
important that the header appear above the text margins. Help!


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Thanks for the quick reply.

Does that mean each time the header changes I have to start a new section?
Is there a way to indicate that in the style? We are setting up a template
for proposals, so the user will be dropping lots of text in, and may need to
have a number of different page headers (for example the proposal may have 5
or 6 sections).

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You want the header text in the Header. See
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/Letterhead.htm

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"bakerbiz" wrote in message
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I am creating styles for a template. The client wants the header text to
appear at the top of the frame, above the top margin. The only way I

could
figure out how to do this was by placing the header text in a frame, with

the
position of the frame specified above the margin.

When I apply the header style, it pushes the header to the previous page.
For example, when I type in a new header on page 2, select it and apply

the
header style, the header jumps up to page 1. If I select "move with text"

in
the frame options, then it changes to position to within the margins of

the
text. Because of the preprinted stationery the client is using, it's
important that the header appear above the text margins. Help!



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You can have up to three headers per section. See
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/HeaderFooter.htm

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"bakerbiz" wrote in message
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Does that mean each time the header changes I have to start a new section?
Is there a way to indicate that in the style? We are setting up a

template
for proposals, so the user will be dropping lots of text in, and may need

to
have a number of different page headers (for example the proposal may have

5
or 6 sections).

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You want the header text in the Header. See
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/Letterhead.htm

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the

newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"bakerbiz" wrote in message
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I am creating styles for a template. The client wants the header text

to
appear at the top of the frame, above the top margin. The only way I

could
figure out how to do this was by placing the header text in a frame,

with
the
position of the frame specified above the margin.

When I apply the header style, it pushes the header to the previous

page.
For example, when I type in a new header on page 2, select it and

apply
the
header style, the header jumps up to page 1. If I select "move with

text"
in
the frame options, then it changes to position to within the margins

of
the
text. Because of the preprinted stationery the client is using, it's
important that the header appear above the text margins. Help!




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