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I am using the "School" Newsletter publishing template from Microsoft Word, and have been able to remove all the placeholder text except for one area: the header.

Having used Word a great deal before, I knew to try to select Insert, AutoText, "Header/Footer" from the drop down menu, but to no avail. I cannot select the header words "Lorem Ipsum Dolor" and "Issue [#]:: Date [#]" from this area.

Can anyone advise how I can remove it? Thank you.
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If you double-click the header area, which activates the header/footer view, you
should be able to select and delete anything you want to get rid of. If the
Delete key doesn't work, you could always try cut (Ctrl+X).

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"K.Educator" wrote in message ...

I am using the "School" Newsletter publishing template from Microsoft
Word, and have been able to remove all the placeholder text except for
one area: the header.

Having used Word a great deal before, I knew to try to select Insert,
AutoText, "Header/Footer" from the drop down menu, but to no avail. I
cannot select the header words "Lorem Ipsum Dolor" and "Issue [#]:: Date
[#]" from this area.

Can anyone advise how I can remove it? Thank you.




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K.Educator

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If you double-click the header area, which activates the header/footer view, you
should be able to select and delete anything you want to get rid of. If the
Delete key doesn't work, you could always try cut (Ctrl+X).

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP




"K.Educator" wrote in message ...

I am using the "School" Newsletter publishing template from Microsoft
Word, and have been able to remove all the placeholder text except for
one area: the header.

Having used Word a great deal before, I knew to try to select Insert,
AutoText, "Header/Footer" from the drop down menu, but to no avail. I
cannot select the header words "Lorem Ipsum Dolor" and "Issue [#]:: Date
[#]" from this area.

Can anyone advise how I can remove it? Thank you.




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K.Educator
Professional copywriters use text templates to process text.
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Professional copywriters use text templates to process text.
This is important information for people who write term papers or school creative assignments. I know copywriters use key combinations. Professional copywriters who work in educational resources https://writix.co.uk/dissertation-proposal-help use a template system. This helps save time. The text should be unique but the structure of the paper should be stationary.
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