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How to Create a Cover Page in Microsoft Word (Built-In and Custom)
By Erin Wright
This tutorial shows how to create a cover page in Microsoft Word. First, we’ll create a cover page using a built-in design. Then, we’ll create a custom cover page that can be reused. Next, we’ll delete a cover page. Plus, the bonus section at the end shows how to remove page number zero from a cover page.
- How to Create a Built-In Cover Page
How to Create a Custom Cover Page
- How to Delete a Cover Page
How to Remove Page Number Zero from a Cover Page
This tutorial is also available as a YouTube video showing all the steps in real time.
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The images below are from Word for Microsoft 365 on a PC. These steps will also work in Word 2021, Word 2019, Word 2016, Word 2013, and Word 2010. However, your interface may look slightly different in those older versions of the software.
How to Create a Built-In Cover Page in Microsoft Word
You can quickly create a cover page using a built-in design.
- Select the Insert tab in the ribbon.
- Select Cover Page in the Pages group.
- Choose a built-in design from the gallery in the drop-down menu. (Hover over More Cover Pages from Office.com for additional options.)
- (Optional) To insert your cover page somewhere other than the top of your document, right-click the built-in design, and then choose a location from the shortcut menu.
- Place your cursor in the sample text, and then type your information.
Pro Tip: To delete a section of sample text, right-click it, and then select Remove Content Control from the shortcut menu.
The built-in cover page should now be part of your Word document.
You can create a custom cover page that can be reused in other Word documents.
- Open a blank document. ( Pro Tip: Press Ctrl + N to open a blank document.)
- Create your cover page, including images if necessary.
- Select all the text and images that should be included in the cover page.
- Select the Insert tab in the ribbon (see figure 1).
- Select Cover Page in the Pages group (see figure 2).
- Select Save Selection to Cover Page Gallery from the drop-down menu.
- Type a unique name into the Name text box in the Create New Building Block dialog box. (Cover pages are part of Word’s building block system of reusable content.)
- (Optional) Add additional information into the Description text box, if necessary.
Important Note: I strongly recommend leaving the default settings for the other options in this dialog box.
- Select the OK button.
Your custom cover page should now be added to the Cover Page Gallery.
- Close the document used to create your custom cover page. (You don’t have to save this document.)
- Select Save in the alert box asking if you want to save changes to Building Blocks.dotx.
- Open the document to which you want to add the custom cover page.
- Select the Insert tab (see figure 1).
- Select your custom cover page from the gallery.
Your custom cover page should now be added to your current document.
Pro Tip: How to Delete a Custom Cover Page from the Cover Page Gallery
- Right-click the custom cover page in the Cover Page drop-down menu, and then select Organize and Delete from the shortcut menu.
Caution: Your custom cover page will be automatically selected when the Building Blocks Organizer dialog box opens. Take care not to select another item.
- Select the Delete button in the Building Blocks Organizer dialog box.
- Select the Yes button in the question dialog box asking if you are sure you want to delete the selected building block.
- Select the Close button in the Building Blocks Organizer dialog box.
Your custom cover page should now be removed from the Cover Page Gallery.
How to Delete a Cover Page in Microsoft Word
The following steps show how to remove a cover page from an individual document.
- Select Remove Current Cover Page from the drop-down menu.
Your cover page should be removed from your document.
If your document has page numbers, the page number zero may show up unnecessarily on the cover page. The following steps show how to remove page number zero.
- Double-click the top of any page to open the Header & Footer tab.
- Select Different First Page in the Options group.
- Select the Close Header and Footer button.
The page number zero should now be removed from your cover page.
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Add a cover page
Microsoft Word offers a gallery of convenient pre-designed cover pages to accent your resume . Choose a cover page and replace the sample text with your own.
On the Insert tab, in the Pages group, click Cover Page .
Click a cover page layout from the gallery of options.
After you insert a cover page, you can replace the sample text with your own text by clicking to select an area of the cover page, such as the title, and typing your text.
If you insert another cover page in the document, the new cover page will replace the first cover page you inserted.
To replace a cover page created in an earlier version of Word, you must delete the first cover page manually, and then add a cover page with a design from the Word gallery.
To delete a cover page inserted with Word, click the Insert tab, click Cover pages in the Pages group, and then click Remove Current Cover Page .
Note: Cover pages don't display page numbers.
Insert a cover page
On the Insert tab, click Cover Page .
To see how your cover page will look, on the View menu, select Print Layout or Web Layout .
To replace a cover page created in an earlier version of Word, you must delete the first cover page manually, and then add a new cover page with a design from the Word gallery.
Remove a cover page
Click the Insert tab, click Cover Page , and then click Remove Cover Page .
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How to Make a Cover Page in Microsoft Word Online
One of the primary advantages of Microsoft Word Online is its accessibility. As long as you have Microsoft 365 (previously, Office 365) working, you can open your word files and other documents just about anywhere. Like its offline counterpart, Word Online also packs several nifty features and options, and creating a cover page from scratch is one of them.
Unlike the offline app, Word Online lacks some key features, and the templates for cover pages are one of them. This means that you either have to make the cover pages from scratch on Word or directly insert a previously made cover page.
If this idea is interesting to you, read on to see how to make a cover page on Word Online.
Let’s get started.
Making a Custom Cover Page
Creating custom cover pages on Word requires a bit of manual effort since a few features are missing from the online version. For example, Word Online doesn’t let you add or modify page borders. Thankfully, we have a nifty workaround in the form of a single table cell.
Step 1: Once you have a blank Word document open, click on Insert > Table and select a single cell from the table. Once the cell is in position, gently pull the bottom border down until you see the tab for the second page.
Step 2: Next, click on Layout > Margins, and select Narrow from the list. As suggestive of its name, this option will narrow down the margins at the top and bottom.
However, if you want narrower margins, the best option will be to define custom width and height. To do so, click on Custom Margins at the bottom and enter the number.
Once done, drag the right border of the table cell right.
Step 3: Now that the border is in position, it’s time to add an image or a text of your choice. To add an image, click on Insert > Picture and pick one of the options.
Once done, drag the corners or one of the sides to scale it.
Furthermore, you can also add borders or change the shape. To do so, double-click on the image and the options will be visible at the top.
Step 4 : To add text to the cover page, hit Enter to add the necessary text. And like any word processing tool, you can tweak the font type, color, and size. Once done, you will see some semblance to a cover page.
And you can play with the indentation of the text as per your preference.
Alternatively, you can also add the text to appear at the top of the image. To do so, select on the image and select Wrap Text > Behind Text from the top ribbon. Next, add the text.
Note : There’s a slight catch to the above method. Word Online doesn’t give you the option to move or modify the picture once the text is wrapped. If you have to modify it, you’ll either have to remove the wrapping or modify it using the desktop version.
The ideal way to go around it is to be absolutely sure of the image and then wrap the text.
Furthermore, you can also add a splash of color to the cover page. To do so, right-click on the table cell to display all the formatting options. Next, pick a color from the Cell Shading option.
Add the important details like name, course name, date, and university name at the bottom, and your custom cover page is ready.
Naturally, working on Word Online means giving up on some features such as Shapes. The idea here is to find a good stock image that represents the core idea of your assignment.
Cool Tip : You can play around with the table layout and insert a couple of cells, and paint them in different colors for a dual color tone.
Easier Alternative: Insert a Cover Page
As we mentioned above, Word Online doesn’t let you select cover page templates directly. If you can’t access the Word app and do not like the somewhat rigid approach of Word Online, you can make a cover page on a graphic design app like Canva and insert the same as a picture.
For instance, we modified this ready-made template on Canva and downloaded it as a PNG file. Next, we added the image inside the border which we created.
All the text and style will get handled via the infographic tool itself. No need to do that in Word.
Word Can Be Creative
Designing cover pages on Microsoft Word (especially on the online version) can be a bit challenging due to the absence of key elements. Thankfully, with a little tweaking and patience, you can create a custom cover page for your assignment, reports, research study, and more.
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How to create a cover page in Word
- By Belinda Anderson
- 19 November 2014
- Updated: 15 May 2023
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How much time have you spent creating a cover page in Word? Before you know it you’ve taken 30 minutes and all you have is a heading and a page border. When I started working I used to spend a good deal of time creating the perfect heading, adjusting its alignment and location on the page. I would include a subtitle, author details, an image and a nice page border. It was time-consuming.
If you are still creating a cover page in Word manually, let me save you a considerable amount of time and show you how to use the Cover Page feature instead. You will be creating professional-looking cover pages with your own customised text in under 60 seconds.
Microsoft Word includes numerous cover page designs which are pre-defined templates, displayed in a gallery. These designs provide areas for text, dates and images that you can customise to suit your own needs. You can also access more designs from Office.com, or create your own custom design to save for use in the future.
Create a cover page in Word
To create a cover page, follow these steps:
- Open Microsoft Word .
- Open a document you wish to add a cover page to or begin this exercise with a blank document.
- Select the Insert tab from the Ribbon.
- Now click the Cover Page button within the Pages group:
- The Cover Page gallery will be displayed.
- Use the scroll bar to scroll down and view all available designs.
- Once you have identified the one you like, click it once with the left mouse button.
- The cover page will be added to your document.
- You will now see prompts for where you can add text or content:
- Simply click into a text prompt and enter the information you wish to display.
- When you click within a prompt for [Date] , you will be displayed with a calendar, simply click any date within the year you wish to display:
- You may see that Microsoft Word will fill in some information for you, based on the information you entered when you installed Microsoft Word. You can change this information if you need by clicking on the text area:
- If the cover page design you have chosen includes an image and you would like to use your own, select the image.
- Click the Picture Tools > Format tab which should now be visible.
- Select the Change Picture button from the Adjust group:
- You can now navigate your computer files and select an image to use instead, click Insert once you have selected the new image.
- The image will now be replaced.
- You have now created a professional-looking cover page all with a few clicks of the mouse.
Delete a cover page
If you have created a cover page in Word and decide later that you wish to remove it, you do not have to delete the elements individually.
- Click Insert > Cover Page from the Ribbon.
- From the Cover Page drop-down menu select Remove Current Cover Page .
- The cover page will automatically be removed leaving the rest of your document untouched.
A common issue I see when using cover pages is that the automatic date fields are formatted in US date formats. Because I am located in Australia and for my readers who also prefer UK formatting I thought I would show you how to change this setting so that you can choose the format the date will be displayed in. You can even change it from 30/08/2018 to 30-Aug-2018 if preferred.
- Place your cursor in the date field to select it.
- Select the Developer tab from the Ribbon.
- If you do not have the Developer tab available go to File > Options then select the Customize Ribbon option:
- In the right-hand pane place a tick in the option to display Developer then click OK .
- From the Developer tab click the Properties button within the Controls group:
- The Content Control Properties dialog box will appear:
- Go to the Date Picker Properties and from the list select the date format you wish to use.
- The date should now be changed to the format you have chosen:
I hope you have enjoyed learning how to create a cover page in Word. Be sure to check out some of my other Word articles including:
- How to create a cross-reference in Word
- The best keyboard shortcuts for Word
- How to create perfect shapes ,
- Resize your pictures ,
- How to dictate in Word ,
- Add a header and footer to a Word document ,
- How to send bulk emails using Mail Merge in Word
- Quick Parts – the quickest way to insert reusable information in Word ,
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How to add a Cover Page in MS Word
You can attract the reader’s attention by adding an attractive cover page to your MS Word document.
Fortunately, Word offers several cover page templates which you can use.
3 ways to add cover page in MS Word
- Adding a cover page to a new document.
- Adding a cover page to an existing document.
- Changing the cover page of a document.
We will show you in simple, step-by-step instructions how you can add a cover page in all the above situations.
Let us begin.
Method #1: Adding a Cover Page to a New Document
This is useful when you are starting fresh with a new document, and want to have the cover page in place before continuing.
Step #1: Open a Word document
Under New, click on the Blank document icon.
This opens a blank document.
Step #2: Add a cover page
Click on the ‘Insert’ tab in the top menu bar to change the ribbon.
In the section ‘Pages’, click on the Cover Page option.
This opens the Built-In templates window with various cover pages.
Select a cover page you like from the templates by clicking on it.
Word will now open the selected cover page.
Step #3: Modify your cover page
Modify the details as necessary by typing over the areas in [brackets].
Method #2: Adding a Cover Page to an Existing Document
This is useful when you have a document you have already created.
A word of advice – create this once you are finished with the remainder of the document, as the details will then be added to your cover page automatically.
Open an existing Word document that does not have a cover page.
Select a cover page from the templates you like by clicking on it.
Word will automatically add important details from the document.
Modify further details as necessary by typing over the areas in [brackets].
Method #3: Changing the Cover Page of a Document
This is useful when you have an existing document and you do not like the current cover page, and wish to replace it with another cover page.
Open an existing Word document whose cover page you want to change.
Step #2: Delete the cover page
At the bottom of this window, click on ‘Remove Current Cover Page.’
Word will remove the cover page from the document.
Step #3: Add a new cover page
We have shown you three simple methods of adding a cover page to your Word document. In addition, you now know how to delete a cover page and modify the templates MS Word provides.
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How to add a Custom Cover Page to a Microsoft Word Document
Adding a cover page to the start of your Word Document is a great way to set the tone for your document. The cover page is the first thing your reader will see and should outline the documents title, author, maybe the date it was written or other key information that a reader may find useful to view at a glance before they dive into the rest of the document.
Microsoft Word does have a large number of pre-designed cover page options available. We wrote a post on how to insert there here.
If you are looking for something a bit fancy, or unique, creating your own custom cover page may be just what you need.
Some companies require brand specific cover pages, you may need to follow brand guidelines with logo placements, colours and layouts in which case a customised cover page is perfect for you.
In this article, we will outline how to insert and create a custom cover page to the start of your Microsoft Word Document before leaving you to make it look picture perfect.
Creating a Custom Cover Page in Microsoft Word
- Click Insert
- Click Pages
- Click Cover Page
- Select a Cover Page template that best suits the cover page design you would like on your document
- Customise each text box by clicking the default text and typing
- Customise the size and location of shapes by clicking the feature and dragging it across the screen
- Insert custom images by clicking Pictures
- Search for a suitable icon
- Click the icon
- Press insert
- Place your cursor where you would like the shape to be inserted
- Select the shape you want to insert
With so many different ways to customise a cover page, Microsoft has opened the doors for you to get creative and use text, images, photos, shapes and layout to design a cover page to suit your document perfectly.
On the hunt for an easier way to manage version control?
If you’re collaborating on Microsoft Word Documents and need to keep track of each new version along the way, it is likely that you (like so many of us) have a messy shared drive full of cluttered, badly named versions and no real way of knowing which one if the most recent and who made changes to what.
The endless scrolling through what feeling like 500 versions to figure out if Report_v9_edited_final_FINALFINAL_2 is actually the most recent version.
Is it the final one? Let’s say it is, now you have added your edits and are ready to save a new version, do you just add a _updated onto the end of the already long file name, or the current date – hoping no body else edits and saves on the same day?
Its a mind-field out there!
Then just to add another hidden bomb to the field, there is always one person in the team that saves a version in a different spot and it’s near impossible to figure out where it went.
Collaborating in Word can be challenging, with Version control the number one frustration for most small to large corporations who collaborate regularly and do not have an automatic version control tool on hand.
A tool that manages version control for you, such as Simul Docs will take all of the file naming and searching out of your job description leaving you to spend more time to edit.
Simul Docs manages version control for you. When you open a new file, Simul will save it as file 0.0.1, then John from Marketing opens your file, makes some changes and presses save – this becomes file 0.0.2 and so on.
It’s version control that makes sense.
Then you want to go back and see what changes John has made over the course of the documents life. Well that’s easy, because Simul not only tracks the versions for you with the edits saved in each it places the authors name next to the document so you know who owns which version at a glance.
So now it’s your turn to edit the Word Document, which one is the most recent one?
Simul lists all of the versions in an easy to view ‘versions list’ at the side of your dashboard. The most recent version will be listed at the top, with the highest version number, e.g 0.0.5.
You can open version 0.0.5 at the click of a button, edit it directly in Simul or open it in Microsoft Word, depending on which interface you personally prefer working within.
Now that you are editing away, Simul also knows that you are going to want your changes tracked, so tracked changes are automatic, every, single, time you open the document. Because collaborating can be stressful enough without having to remember to turn on tracked changes or save the document as a new version before you start editing to avoid saving over the last file.
So now you’ve made your edits, with all of your changes tracked (thanks Simul!) and are ready to press save and share your file and let your team know you have finished. Simul has you covered again – when you press save Simul automatically sends an email to the document owner letting them know a new version is available for their review.
If you did want to share your document directly, Simul allows you to share via a directly link, email or to any of the popular cloud storage systems such as Dropbox, GoogleDrive, OneDrive and more.
Save, export and download the document out of Simul docs at the click of a button. Simul gives you the option to do so in the original Word Document format or as a PDF.
With collaboration in mind, purpose built tools such as Simul Docs were built to make collaboration easy. From version control, to tracking changes, saving, editing, merging and more – Simul has you covered!
If you find yourself wasting time searching through a messy shared drive, we suggest you give Simul Docs a go.
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Cover Page in Word
Although Microsoft Word software is widely used by a lot of persons for different purposes and projects, a lot of its features are not very well known nor used by Word users; and one of them is adding a cover image or a cover page to Word documents .
The cover page is the front cover of your Word document, which can contain, among other things, the document title, the author, a brief description, the date, a background, or an image.
With this tutorial, creating cover pages in Word documents , or inserting, modifying, and removing them would become an easy task. Let’s get started.
Table of Contents
1- How to insert a cover page in Word
Inserting a cover page in Word is as simple as following these 4 steps:
- On the ribbon, click on the “Insert” tab.
- Go to the “Pages” group of commands,
- Click on the “Cover Page” dropdown list.
- Select the cover page layout that you like.
Once inserted, you can now edit the dummy details and put in the right ones. And that’s it.
2- How to modify a cover page in Word
You can change the formatting of text blocks and images of your cover page.
- For text blocks: You can change the text color, font, size, style … as well as the background color of the block. You can do all this with the help of 3 ribbon tabs: Home, Design, and Format .
- For images: After clicking on them, you can apply all possible effects through the “Picture Tools” tab . Alternatively , you can replace them with your own images by right-clicking them, then choosing “ Change Picture “.
4- How to create your own cover page and save it as a template
If you are not satisfied with the designs of the built-in templates, you can create your own.
There are two ways to create your own cover page in Word: just modify an existing built-in template, or create a new one from scratch.
a- Modify an existing cover page
Add the desired elements and designs (text blocks, images…) and modify them following the guidelines in How to modify a cover page in Word section above.
b- Create a new cover page template from scratch
To start creating your own cover page, first head straight to the “ quick parts ” command that falls inside the “insert” tab in the “Text” group.
Next thing to do after clicking on the quick parts command, is to click the “ Document Property ” on the drop-down menu.
This section would provide you with necessary elements and details to insert to the cover you are creating. Some of the properties are author, title, company, publish date, and more. Go on and use what you want.
As for text properties such as author, title and company name, you get a plain text. But not to worry, you can change the fonts and make them suit your demands.
Also, you can go on to insert other fancy and beautiful elements that you want to make use of. Just use your creativity and the “Insert” and “Design” tabs to make it.
At this point, the page cover is ready and it’s time to save it as a template.
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Create a cover page from image
I want to create a cover page in MS Word 2007 from an image file that I have. I want the image to occupy the full page and I want to add a few textboxes and images ON TOP OF that image. How can I do it?
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- Open the Word document, go to your cover page and then Page layout > Margins > Custom margins
- Choose 0" as the margin width for top, bottom, left and right
- Copy-paste your image into the page, resize it to fit the entire page. Click on this image, go to Page layout > Text Wrapping and choose 'Behind text'. Press enter so that your cursor is below the image on the cover page
- Go to Page Layout > Breaks > Section breaks > Next page. In the next page, for the rest of the document, reset the margin width to whatever you want
- Go back to the cover page, copy-paste the second image you want overlaid on the first image. Click on this image, go to Page layout > Text Wrapping and choose 'In front of text'
- Drag and move each image wherever you wish. You should be able to place one image over the other
This treats the cover page and the rest of the document as separate sections. To check how your document is sectioned, go to View > Outline and look for 'Section breaks'.
- :Thanks man! That "In front of text" option solved my problem. – tumchaaditya Apr 24, 2012 at 4:54
Place the image as a watermark; use this Microsoft guide .
Make sure you deselect the 'Washout' option; note that the image will still appear as washed out, because the image is anchored in the header. If you view the print-preview window you'll see that in fact the image is shown correctly in the background.
I prefer pprao's method, as watermarks will show on all pages.
However, regardless of which way you do it, remember that most printers will not print edge to edge. Most printers have a 5 mm non-printing border. Even if the application puts something there, the printer will ignore it. Nearly all laser printers operate that way, as well as most inkjets.
Print Preview will show you how much of the page will actually be printed, and Word will warn you at print time if some items are outside the printer's margins.
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As a writer, you want your documents to look professional and polished from the very first page. That’s where the custom cover page comes in. This customizable feature allows you to create a unique first page for all of your documents, whether they are essays, reports, or presentations. With Microsoft Word, you can easily create a custom cover page that reflects your personal style. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make a custom cover page in Microsoft Word.
Step 1: Choose a cover page template
Microsoft Word provides a wide range of pre-designed cover page templates, which you can edit and customize to suit your needs. To access them, click on the “Insert” tab, then select “Cover Page” in the “Pages” group. Choose a template that you like and click on it to insert it into your document.
Step 2: Modify the cover page layout
Once you’ve inserted a cover page template, you can modify its layout by clicking on the placeholders and editing their content. To do so, click on the text boxes, images, or other graphical elements and make your changes. You can also add more placeholders by clicking on the “Add Placeholder” button in the “Placeholder” group.
Step 3: Change the cover page colors and fonts
To give your cover page a more personal touch, you can change the colors and fonts used in the template. To do so, click on the “Design” tab, then select the color scheme and font set that you like. You can also create your own color scheme and font set, or use the ones provided by Word.
Step 4: Add your own images
If you want to use your own images in the cover page, click on the “Insert” tab, then select “Pictures” in the “Illustrations” group. Browse your computer for the image you want to use, then click on it to insert it into the document. You can then resize the image and move it to the desired location on the cover page.
Step 5: Save the custom cover page as a template
Once you’ve created a custom cover page that you like, you can save it as a template for future use. To do so, click on the “File” tab, then select “Save As” in the left pane. Choose a name for the template, then select “Word Template” in the “Save as type” dropdown menu. Save the template in the “Custom Office Templates” folder for easy access in the future.
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Cara Membuat Cover di Microsoft Word, Mudah Tanpa Aplikasi Tambahan
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KOMPAS.com - Cara membuat cover di Word kiranya penting untuk diketahui pengguna. Microsoft Word atau biasa disebut Word saja, merupakan aplikasi pengolah kata yang dibekali dengan segudang fitur.
Dengan fitur-fitur itu, ada banyak pekerjaan dalam mengolah teks yang bisa diselesaikan di Microsoft Word, termasuk membuat cover dokumen.
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Cover atau sampul biasanya dibutuhkan pada berbagai jenis dokumen, seperti jurnal, makalah, laporan, buku, dan lainnya, untuk menunjukkan judul dokumen dan identitas pembuat dokumen.
Di Microsoft Word, terdapat beberapa templat desain cover yang bisa digunakan secara langsung pada sebuah dokumen. Akan tetapi, desain-desain cover yang disediakan Word itu mungkin kurang sesuai dengan keinginan pengguna.
Jika tak ingin memakai desain yang sudah ada, pengguna sejatinya juga bisa membuat sendiri cover di Word. Microsoft Word memiliki beberapa fitur bawaan yang dapat dimanfaatkan untuk membuat sampul.
Jadi, pengguna tak perlu repot memakai aplikasi desain tambahan untuk membuat sampul. Lantas, bagaimana cara membuat cover di Microsoft Word? Jika tertarik untuk mengetahuinya, berikut adalah penjelasan cara membuat cover di Word.
Cara membuat cover di Word
Cara membuat cover di Word tanpa aplikasi tambahan itu cukup mudah. Pembuatan cover di Word dimungkinkan dengan memanfaatkan beberapa fitur bawaan seperti Insert Image dan Shapes.
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Pengguna bisa menyusun elemen gambar dan bangun datar pada halaman di Word untuk dijadikan cover yang sesuai keinginan. Adapun penjelasan mengenai cara membuat cover di Word adalah sebagai berikut:
- Buka halaman baru atau halaman kosong di Microsoft Word dan mulai untuk membuat cover .
- Tambahkan elemen bangun data dan atur posisinya sesuai keinginan. Pengguna bisa mengedit warna dan tampilan bangun datar dengan cara, klik kanan pada bangun datar dan pilih opsi “Format Shapes”.
- Setelah menjadi gambar utuh, silakan salin cover tersebut. Kemudian, buka dokumen yang hendak ditambahkan cover .
- Pada halaman dokumen yang hendak ditambahkan cover , klik menu “Insert” dan pilih opsi “Cover”. Kemudian, pilih sembarang desain untuk membuat halaman cover .
- Jika halaman cover sudah muncul, silakan tempel desain cover yang tadi telah dibuat.
Cukup mudah bukan cara membuat cover di Word? Dengan cara di atas, pengguna bisa membuat sendiri desain cover sesuai keinginan dengan mudah. Pengguna bisa langsung membuatnya hanya dengan memanfaatkan Microsoft Word.
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Pengguna tak perlu repot untuk menggunakan aplikasi desain tambahan. Demikianlah penjelasan mengenai cara membuat cover di Word dengan mudah tanpa aplikasi tambahan, selamat mencoba.
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