How to get into footer on old version of MS Word 



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Good Morning,  !
It's Sunday, January 16, 2011

Supposed to be a fairly mild day today, but right now, it's
still lightly overcast, with the moon just visible, and a low
ground fog.

On one side of me, where the street lights have motion
detectors, it's quite pretty. On the other side, the street
lights spoil it. They are still the old type, that waste 3/4 
of the electricity on light to the sides and have no motion
detectors. It took a lot of arguing to get them to start
using reasonably modern lights, but they sure are not
in any hurry to save money.! But at least they got started,
and hopefully wil continue!

Have FUN!
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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Fran Re: Get into footer on old version of MS WORD Dear Webby, I know you live on the web and probably don't even remember paper letters, but in my new job I have to write them. My boss told me to use a standard letter that they have been using for years, leave the header and footer and just paste in fresh content. Well, the footer has a typo in it, and I don't know how to get MS WORD to let me into the footer to fix that typo. Chances are, that merged footer was made with a version of WORD about 3-4 updates ago. If you can't figure a way to get into that footer, I don't know who can. Fran Dear Fran I think that is a Microsoft "feature" to not provide an icon or straighforward way to get into headers or footers made with previous versions of the same software. About the only way I know to get into them is to use the Find (CTRL F) and get it to find a word that is in the footer. Chances are that typo is nowhere else and it will find it fast. When it finds it, it will open the footer and you can edit it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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