Title: Header Footer and notes
Author: Pratik Kamble
Domain Reviewer: Praveen and Nancy
Keywords: Insert Header, Insert Footer, Insert Endnote, Insert Footnote, Removed Header and Footer
|Slide: Title Slide||Welcome to the spoken tutorial on Header, Footer and Notes.|
|Slide: Learning Objectives||In this tutorial, we will learn how to:
|Slide: System Requirements|| This tutorial is recorded using
|Open Newsletter.odt file||Open the file Newsletter.odt which we have created earlier.|
|Slide: Code files||
|Only Narration||First we will learn how to insert a Footer in our document.|
| Click Insert >> Header and Footer
|| Click on the Insert menu in the menu bar and go to the Header and Footer option.
|Click on bottom text area||Scroll the page and click on the bottom of the text area to display the Footer marker.|
| Point to Footer marker
|| The Footer marker appears in our document.
| Click on Insert
|| Another way to add a Footer in our document
is by clicking on the Insert menu in the menu bar.
| Click on Insert >>Header and Footer >> Footer >> Default Style option
|| Go to the Header and Footer option.
|Only Narration||Either ways, the cursor is in the footer area.|
Click on Down arrow in Footer Default style
| To add a page number in the footer, click on the down arrow of Footer Default style.
|Point to 1 in footer area||Immediately, we see that the number 1 is displayed in the footer.|
|Double-click on number 1||In order to give different styles to the page number, double-click on number 1.|
|Point to Edit fields dialog box||Edit Fields dialog box opens up.|
|Point to different section|| We have 3 different sections under Edit fields:
| Point to Format options
|| Under the Format section, we can see many formats like
|Select 1st 2nd 3rd >> Click on OK button||I will select the format 1st 2nd 3rd and then click on the OK button at the bottom.|
|Point to the page number||Observe that the numbering format for page 1 changes from 1 to 1st.|
|Only Narration||Next, let’s learn to insert a Header into the document.|
| Click on the top of the text area
Point to the Header marker
| Scroll above and click on the top of the text area in the document.
| Click on the down arrow symbol
Point to Header
| If not, click on the plus down arrow symbol next to the word Header.
| Only Narration
Cursor on the Insert Field icon
| Let us now insert the date in the Header.
|Click on down arrow icon and select Date option||Now click on the down arrow icon and select the Date option from the list.|
|Select Date|| The current date is displayed in the Header area.
|Double click on Date||To change the date format, double-click on the date.|
|Select 31 Dec 1999 >> Click on OK button||Here we will select the format as 31. Dec. 1999 and click on the OK button.|
|Point to Date||The date format has now changed as per our selection.|
| Keep cursor on page 2, column 1 - before the words In view of this……
|| In case the alignment of the content has changed, please realign by pressing the Backspace key.
|Press Enter key repeatedly||Then press Enter key repeatedly to align the text below the banner.|
|Click on Toggle print preview||Now click on the Toggle print preview icon in the Standard toolbar.|
| Point to Date and Page number
Editor can enlarge this for clarity
|The date appears at the top of each page and the page number at the bottom.|
|Only Narration||Note - header and footer will be replicated on all the pages of the document.|
|Click on Close preview||Click on the Close Preview button to close the preview.|
|Only Narration||Next let’s learn how to add a margin and shadow style to our document.|
|Click on Page icon in the sidebar deck||Click on the Page icon located in the Sidebar deck.|
|Click Styles>> More option||Under Styles option, click on the More Options icon or the gear icon.|
| Point to Page Style: Default Style dialog box opens up
|| Page Style: Default Style dialog box opens up.
| Click on Footer tab
|| Click on the Footer tab.
| Set left margin to 1.00 cm
Click on Plus symbol repeatedly
|Now set the left margin space to 1.00 cm by clicking on the plus symbol repeatedly.|
| Click on More
|| To add a border or a shadow to the footer, click on the More button.
| Click on Borders tab
|| Click on the Borders tab, if not already selected.
|Select Cast Shadow to the top right||Select Cast shadow to bottom right icon.|
| Point to Color option
|| Under the Color option, Gray is the default shadow colour.
|Point to color palette box >> Choose blue color|| You may choose any color of your choice from the Color palette box.
|Only Narration||Leave all the other settings as default in the Border/Background dialog box.|
|Click on OK button||Then click on the OK button.|
|>> Page Style: Default Style dialog boxClick on Apply button >> OK button||In the Page Style: Default Style dialog box, click on the Apply button and then on the OK button.|
|Click on Sidebar deck icon||Close the Sidebar deck.|
|Scroll down >> Point to shadow effect||Scroll down to see the shadow effect added to the Footer.|
|Only Narration||Next, we will learn how to remove the Header and Footer from a specific page.|
| Only Narration
Cursor on the first page
| Let’s remove the Header from the first page of our document.
So first click the cursor anywhere on the first page of the document.
|Styles >> Manage styles||In the Sidebar deck, select the Styles icon.|
|Point to Styles panels opens up||Styles panel opens up.|
| Click on Page styles icon
Select First Page
|Now click on Page Styles icon and from the list select First Page option|
|Double click on First Page option||Now double-click on the First Page option|
|Click on X icon of sidebar deck||Close the Sidebar deck.|
|Scroll up and down the pages to show the result||Observe that the Header and Footer are now removed only from the first page.|
|Re-adjust the text alignment in column 2 of page 1||You may need to re-adjust the text alignment once again, as shown.|
|Only Narration||Next, let’s learn about Footnotes and Endnotes in Writer.|
| Slide : Footnote and Endnotes (a)
Editor can do this
|Slide: Footnote and Endnotes (b)||
Select word Apache License from the second paragraph
| Let us see how the Footnote can be added to a word in the document.
|Point to Insert Footnote icon||In the Standard toolbar click on the Insert Footnote icon.|
| Click on Insert >> Footnote and Endnote >> Footnote
|| We can also insert Footnote in our document by clicking on the Insert menu.
|Point to added Footnote||Both ways, the Footnote is added to our document with the character as 1.|
|Only Narration||Let’s type the text for our Footnote.|
|Footnote >> Type “open source software license ”||Type “open source software license”.|
|Only Narration||In a similar way, let's add another footnote in our document.|
| Select the word copyleft from the second column on page 1
|| Select the word copyleft from the second column on page 1.
|Point to Footnote 2||One more Footnote gets added to our page, this time under the second column.|
|Type permissive license||Now type the text for the footnote as “permissive license”.|
| Click on the character 1 in the footnote >> word Apache License
|| Let’s click on character 1 in the Footnote under column 1.
| Point to the character 1 next to the word Apache License
|| Notice the character 1 next to the word Apache License.
|Hover the cursor over this slowly.|| Hover the cursor over this anchor slowly.
The cursor turns into a pointing finger.
|Click||Now click on it.|
|Highlight the footnote.||We are immediately directed to the bottom of the page where the Footnote is recorded.|
|Point to 1||The “Character” option is used to define the character or symbol for the current Footnote.|
|Only Narration||Let me demonstrate how to change the character for Footnote 1.|
|Scroll back up >> place the cursor between the word License and footnote anchor 1.||Scroll back and place the cursor between the word License and footnote anchor 1.|
| Right click and select
|Then right-click and select the Footnote or Endnote option.|
|Point to Edit Footnote/Endnote||Edit Footnote/Endnote dialog box opens up.|
|Point to Numbering||Numbering is the type of numbering that we want to use for Footnotes and Endnotes.|
|Point to Automatic||The “Automatic” option automatically assigns numbers to the Footnotes or Endnotes.|
| Click Choose button
| Click on the Choose button next to the Character field.
|Click on OK button||Click the OK button to close the Edit dialog box.|
|Point to Footnote field||The character of footnote 1 is now set to the asterisk symbol.|
|Click on the anchor||Click on the anchor.|
|Point to Footnote 1 as asterisk symbol||Footnote 1 is now seen as an asterisk symbol.|
|Point to second Footnote||We can also see that our second footnote has now turned to numerical 1.|
|Only Narration||Now let us change the character of Footnote 1 back to numerical.|
|Scroll back up >> place the cursor between the word License and footnote anchor 1.||Scroll back up and place the cursor between the word License and footnote anchor asterisk.|
| Right click and select
|Then right-click and select the Footnote or Endnote option.|
|Point to Footnote/Endnote||Edit Footnote/Endnote dialog box opens up.|
|Select Automatic and Click on OK||Under the Numbering option select Automatic and then click on the OK button.|
|Point to footnote 1||We can see the asterisk symbol has changed to numerical once again.|
|Scroll down to the footnotes||Scroll down and look at the footnotes and observe the changes.|
|Only Narration||Let’s learn to highlight the footnotes.|
|Click on footnote text no. 2||Click on any one footnote text.|
|Point to the formatting drop-down at the top left||Look at the formatting drop-down at the top left, which says Footnote.|
|Click on the drop-down arrow||Click on the drop-down arrow.|
|Click on the drop-down next to Endnote >> select Edit Style||Now click on the drop-down next to Footnote and select Edit Style.|
|Paragraph Style: Footnote dialog box||Paragraph Style: Footnote dialog box opens up.|
|Click Highlighting tab and Color tab||Click on the Highlighting tab and then on Color tab|
| In the colour palette, choose a highlight colour.
I will choose yellow.
|Click Apply button >> OK button||At the bottom click on the Apply button and then on the OK button|
|Point to the highlighted footnotes||Look at the footnotes and observe the highlight.|
|Only Narration||Next I will demonstrate how to add an endnote in our document.|
|Select the word Mozilla Public License||Select the word Mozilla Public License from paragraph 2 in column 1 of page 1.|
|Click on Insert Endnote icon||Click on the Insert Endnote icon located in the Standard toolbar.|
|Point to newly added Endnote|| Endnote gets added at the end of the document, on a new page.
If a document has chapters, then the endnotes will appear at the end of each chapter.
|Type this text in endnote an open source/free software license”||Type the following text in the endnote - “an open source/free software license”|
|Only Narration||We can change the default Roman numerals to other style options also.|
|Click Tools >> Footnote and Endnotes||To do so, click on the Tools menu and then select the Footnote and Endnotes option.|
|Point to Footnote/Endnote dialog box||Footnote/Endnote settings dialog box opens up.|
|Point to Autonumbering (Only Highlight)||Under the Endnotes tab, we see the Auto Numbering section.|
|Point to Numbering section|| Using this option we can change Numbering style as per our choice.
You may explore this further on your own.
|Close the dialog box click on X icon||Close the dialog box by clicking on X icon.|
|Press Ctrl + S, Click on the X icon||Now let us save all the changes and close the file.|
|Only Narration|| This brings us to the end of this tutorial.
Let us summarize.
|Slide: Summary|| In this tutorial, we learnt how to:
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|Slide: Thank you|| This tutorial was originally contributed by DesiCrew Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in 2011
This is Pratik Kamble along with the Spoken Tutorial team from IIT Bombay signing off.
Thank you for watching.