7 years ago in MS Word

By default, on which page the header or the footer is printed?

[A] on first page
[B] on alternate page
[C] on every page
[D] none of the above
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Ihšån NånğýaLåý - 4 years ago

by defult there is no header footer so tha correct answer is D

Abhishek Bajpai - 4 years ago

Answer (d)

Melvin Adade - 4 years ago

but then when u do apply it does affect the whole document right?

Shahid Sani - 4 years ago

By default, there is no header and footer is printed

Full 2 Fun - 4 years ago

third one is correct

Raji Raji - 5 years ago

[C] on every page

MD. RUHUL AMIN - 5 years ago

on first page

Yogesh Joshi
Yogesh Joshi - 3 months ago

Yogesh Joshi from Narayangadh, Nepal is saying on every page is correct answer

My Village My Place
My Village My Place - 4 months ago

My Village My Place from Nepal is saying on every page is correct answer

Arindam Hore
Arindam Hore - 4 months ago

Arindam Hore from Kolkata, India is saying none of the above is correct answer

Shekhar kumar De
Shekhar kumar De - 4 months ago

Shekhar kumar De is saying on first page is correct answer

BROWN SAMUEL
BROWN SAMUEL - 6 months ago

BROWN SAMUEL is saying on first page is correct answer

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