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Running Head: APA Citation Style, Microsoft Word

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  • 1. Running Head APA Citation Style (Microsoft Word) Running Head Follow these steps to create a running head in Microsoft Word 2007. 1. On the Insert tab, select Page Number (not Header) in the Header & Footer box, then Top of Page, then Plain Number 1. This will insert a running page number on the top left of the header section of your document. 2. Type in an abbreviated version of the title of your document using all CAPS to the left of the number 1. 3. Select the Insert Tab Alignment tool in the Position box. An Alignment box will appear. Select the RIGHT alignment option and click OK. The page number will jump to the fight and your title for the running head will stay aligned to the left. 4. To make the running head on the first page different, right click the header area of the first page. Click the Edit Header box that appears. (If the Edit Header box does not appear, double click in the body of the document before right clicking the header area.) Check Different First Page in the Option box and type your text.1 | Updated 02/15/2011_ Julie Anne Kent

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