How Do You Make A Title Page In Microsoft Word?
Many school and business reports require a title page. While it is acceptable to use line breaks, tabs, and spaces in Microsoft Word to roughly align a title page, the professional way is to properly set your title page format using Word’s page setup options. Step 1 In the Page Layout ribbon, open the Page Setup dialogue box by clicking on the small icon in the corner of the Page Setup box. Step 2 Click the “Layout” tab in the Page Setup dialogue box. Step 3 Under the Headers and Footers options, select “Different First Page.” Step 4 Under the Vertical Alignment option, select “Center” and then click “OK.” Step 5 On the Home ribbon, in the Paragraph box, click the “Center” button. Step 6 Type in your title and other title page information, one item per line.
Title page or cover pages are the first thing we set our eyes on when we look at paper presentations. Microsoft Word 2007 can help make your paper presentations look more professional because there are over 10 cover page design templates available at your disposal. Here is how you can make a title page in Microsoft Word: Pull up the document that needs a title page. Create a new file or open an existing document, whatever needs a title page added on. Access the Cover Page gallery. To do this, click on the ‘Insert’ tab from the ribbon. Under the first section called ‘Pages’, you will see the first icon labeled ‘Cover Page’. Click on the dropdown arrow beside the icon and you will see a gallery of different styles of title pages. Choose the one that you prefer and by default it will appear at the beginning of the document but you can always right-click on the chosen cover page design, and choose where it will be inserted in the document. After the cover page is applied, you can add the d