Interface and Basics: Add Headers and Footers to Slides in PowerPoint

Created: Tuesday, September 12, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 10:09 am

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The terms Header and Footer typically come from word processing programs; these denote repeated elements that show at the top and bottom of every page. Headers and Footers work similarly on PowerPoint slides: the Footer is a line of text that usually appears at the bottom of a slide. Typically, the Footer area includes three placeholders: Date, Footer, and Slide number. By default, the footer with one or more of these three placeholders appear on every slide in a presentation, but you can change that as required.

To learn more, choose your version of PowerPoint:

Microsoft Windows:

Add Headers and Footers to Slides in PowerPoint 2016

Add Headers and Footers to Slides in PowerPoint 2013

Add Headers and Footers to Slides in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Add Headers and Footers in Slides in PowerPoint 2011

Headers and Footers in PowerPoint

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