By Allen Wyatt for Word.Tips.Net
Inserting Title into Microsoft Word Document
Word keeps track of many pieces of information about your document. You can see the information maintained by Word in this manner:
**If you are using Word 2007, click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the resulting Word Options dialog box, you click Prepare and then Properties.
**If you are using Word 2010, display the File tab of the ribbon and then click Info | Properties | Advanced Properties.
If you search around through the information that Word maintains about a document, you’ll find that Word provides the opportunity to specify a title for your document. Once you set the title, Word allows you to insert this information into your document and have it updated automatically. This means you can set the title once in the document properties, and then have it inserted in the header, footer, or heading for your document. That way, you only have to update it in one place and it will automatically be updated everywhere in the document.
To insert the document title into your document, follow these steps:
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