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    Insert "Heading 1" in Header (2007)

    Hi there -

    You know the way books typically include the title of the given chapter on each page? For example, if chapter one is called "Microsoft" and chapter two is called "Windows," then the header of page two would say "Microsoft," while the header of page 20 would say "Windows."

    I'd like to do something similar in Word, but instead of using a chapter title, I'd like to use the Heading 1 style.

    Any idea how to do this? (I'm guessing it involves "Quick Parts," but am stumped.)

    Thanks so much!

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    You do this by using a StyleRef field. You can find this in the quick parts dropdown but I do it by creating the field directly.

    Press Ctrl-F9 to create the field codes and type inside the brackets so that it looks like the following
    {StyleRef "Heading 1"}

    Then press F9 to update (and toggle) the field
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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    Perfect! That did it! Thanks so much, Andrew!

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