One of the most important parts that sometimes need to be added to a document in the header.
This header is located at the top of the document and can be filled with various information, either the title of the document, information about the author or page numbers.
Well, for this time, we will learn how to add a header in google docs? Google Docs itself can be accessed through a browser on a computer or the Google Docs application on a smartphone.
How to add a header in google docs?
Headers can be added to any page in the document you create. The header you create can be the same for each page, or it can be different.
If you are used to using Google Docs on PC, then you can follow the following tutorial.
First, open Google Drive in a browser. Then open the document to which you want to add a header.
In the document, hover over the top and click Insert.
After that hover the mouse cursor over Header & Footer and click Header.
Later, the header area will appear in the document.
To display a different header on the first page, click the box behind the Different first-page option. That way, a checkmark will appear on that option. Meanwhile, to display different headers on odd and even pages, then click Options and continue by clicking Format headers.
Click the box behind Different odd & even pages, then click Apply.
If you have created and edited the header, then hover the mouse cursor over the outside of the header and click in that area. That way, the header box will close automatically.
Finished. You have successfully created a header in Google Docs.
You can also read this guide: How to make a running head in google docs?
How to Remove Headers in Google Docs
Sometimes, we want to delete the header that we have created. Now, to delete the header, the trick is to click the header in the document. After that, click on Options and continue by clicking on Remove Header. Then the header will be deleted immediately.
Charlie M. Patton is a content writer and blogger who loves to share tricks about Microsoft Office, Excel, Google Docs. He has vast experience in using different versions of MS word, Excel, PowerPoint and other related software. Charlie M. Patton also shares tips on how to use the latest version of Google Docs which is still being developed by developers at google!