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tmyc
 
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I have been Purchasing blank paper with my Logos and header information on
blank pieces of stationery. My secretary prints her word doc on these papers.
She wants to be able to make a specific header and footer template or form...
then just type the new documents between them. The header & Footers would
include a logo or company name, address, etc. They would remain the same
everytime she loaded the doc into Word 2003. She would then type in whatever
new doc she needed to type. The header & Footer info would be same no mater
how many pages were needed for the correspondence. Instead of printing these,
she would then email the doc to the customer. This has to be idiot proof...
so the new info would need to be started under the header and not invade the
footer. I have a pre-printed blank paper with my logo and header infor
already. Is there a process to just scan that and use it in word, and still
just type the new doc between them.
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For a start, see http://home.earthlink.net/~wordfaqs/Letterhead.htm

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"tmyc" wrote in message
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I have been Purchasing blank paper with my Logos and header information on
blank pieces of stationery. My secretary prints her word doc on these

papers.
She wants to be able to make a specific header and footer template or

form...
then just type the new documents between them. The header & Footers would
include a logo or company name, address, etc. They would remain the same
everytime she loaded the doc into Word 2003. She would then type in

whatever
new doc she needed to type. The header & Footer info would be same no

mater
how many pages were needed for the correspondence. Instead of printing

these,
she would then email the doc to the customer. This has to be idiot

proof...
so the new info would need to be started under the header and not invade

the
footer. I have a pre-printed blank paper with my logo and header infor
already. Is there a process to just scan that and use it in word, and

still
just type the new doc between them.


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Charles Kenyon
 
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Take a look at: How to set up letterhead or some other document where you
want one header on the first page and a different header on other pages.
http://www.addbalance.com/word/headersfooters.htm This gives step-by-step
instructions. (It also has the following links)

Some other pages to look at:

Letterhead Tips and Instructions
http://home.earthlink.net/~wordfaqs/Letterhead.htm

Letterhead Textboxes and Styles tutorial
http://addbalance.com/word/download....StylesTutorial

Template Basics
http://www.addbalance.com/usersguide/templates.htm

How to Create a Template - Part 2 - essential reading
http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/Custom...platePart2.htm

Word "Forms"
http://www.addbalance.com/word/wordw...rces.htm#Forms and

Word for Word Perfect Users
http://www.addbalance.com/word/wordperfect.htm if you are coming from a WP
environment (or even if you are not).

If you are interested in creating templates that will work with the letter
wizard or use that wizard, you should look at the chapter on Advanced
Document Formatting in Using Office 2003 (or whatever your version is),
Special Edition, by Ed Bott and Woody Leonhard. It has detailed instructions
including instructions on getting the fields you want from your Outlook
Contacts for addressing a letter. (Chapter 19 of SE Using Office 2003) You
should be able to get this through your public library or at Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/IS...ncecheckbookA/

Finally, take a look at the letter templates that come with Word. While they
are no great shakes as letterhead, they do use styles and AutoText lists
very well. If you use the same style names that are used in those templates
in your own letterhead for the same parts of the document, you will have
better luck with using the built-in AutoText entries in Word.

Hope this helps,
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Word New User FAQ & Web Directory: http://addbalance.com/word

Intermediate User's Guide to Microsoft Word (supplemented version of
Microsoft's Legal Users' Guide) http://addbalance.com/usersguide

See also the MVP FAQ: http://www.mvps.org/word which is awesome!
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"tmyc" wrote in message
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I have been Purchasing blank paper with my Logos and header information on
blank pieces of stationery. My secretary prints her word doc on these
papers.
She wants to be able to make a specific header and footer template or
form...
then just type the new documents between them. The header & Footers would
include a logo or company name, address, etc. They would remain the same
everytime she loaded the doc into Word 2003. She would then type in
whatever
new doc she needed to type. The header & Footer info would be same no
mater
how many pages were needed for the correspondence. Instead of printing
these,
she would then email the doc to the customer. This has to be idiot
proof...
so the new info would need to be started under the header and not invade
the
footer. I have a pre-printed blank paper with my logo and header infor
already. Is there a process to just scan that and use it in word, and
still
just type the new doc between them.



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