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I had to do a Template for Office 2013.

I simply created two pngs one for the header and one for the footer.

Now my client says they are nowhere to be found. If he prints the page the header/footer shows up just fine but in the programm ittself it looks like the header and footer are croped away.

Does anybody has any idea about this?

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If you are in a newer version of Word, you have to double click the header or footer for it to actually show

Solution


Go to

Word Options > Display >

and check if “Show white space between pages in Print Layout view.”, if its unchecked then check the box label

  • What? They are hidden by default? Where would I have to double click? Is there an option to show them be default? – KSPR Jun 23 '15 at 8:22
  • double click on the space where the header should be – ekclone Jun 23 '15 at 8:28
  • If that doesnt work then go to Word Options > Display > and check if “Show white space between pages in Print Layout view.”, if its unchecked then check the box label – ekclone Jun 23 '15 at 8:34
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    Thank you that was it! :) I really have a troubled relationship with MS Word;) – KSPR Jun 23 '15 at 8:47
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For users with MS Word before 2007: just simply click the line in-between a new page and an old page one time.

  • Can you please add an screenshot and explain a little bit better what you mean? Welcome to GD.SE! – Kurt Apr 22 '16 at 14:34

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