Word includes some cover page templates you can insert and then customize a bit if you need a quick cover page for your document. On the drop-down menu, click the cover page you want to use. You can now add your document title, subtitle, date, and other information, as well as change the design up a bit if you want.
On the Tools menu, choose Word Layout, and then choose New, and then choose the OK button. If the New item is inactive, then the report already has a Word report layout. Save the report object. A blank Word report layout is created on the report object.
Cover pages should summarize the most important contents of a report. Cover pages consist of a list of first-level and second-level headings. Formal reports, regardless of length, always include a cover page.
A Word cover page introduces the document with a title, an image or both, providing relevant information about the document. Word also sets the cover apart by excluding the header and footer from it, and by not including it in the page numbering scheme.
Open up any document in Word and click on the Insert tab on the Ribbon. On the Pages section of the Ribbon on the far left, click on the button labeled Cover Page. When you click on the button, you'll notice a few things. First, Word has several cover page templates from which to choose from.
In your Word document, click on the References tab in the Ribbon. In the Citations & Bibliography group, click the arrow next to Style. Click the style that you want to use for the citation and source. Click at the end of the sentence or phrase that you want to cite.
Click or tap where you want to start a new page without the header or footer. Go to Layout > Breaks > Next Page to create a section break. Double-click the header or footer area (near the top or bottom of the page) to open the Header & Footer tab. Select Link to Previous to turn off the link between the sections.
When you want text to start on a new page, insert a page break. Happily, the keyboard shortcut for this best practice is also simple: CTRL + ENTER. That's right: Instead of hitting enter, enter, enter, enter, enter, just hold down the control key and then press the enter key to insert a page break. Presto!