Published On: Wed, Jun 13th, 2012

How to Create your own Cover Pages in Microsoft Word 2010

Microsoft Word 2010 provides you ready to use different types of cover pages for your document. However, are you aware of the fact that you can create your own cover pages in Microsoft word 2010?

Here you can learn about how to create custom cover pages in Microsoft Word 2010?

1) Click on the “insert” on the ribbon, where you can find some sample cover pages that you can use in your document.

2)Usually, a cover page appears at the beginning of your document. But Word 2010 allows you to place cover page anywhere around in your document.

3)However, if you don’t like to use available cover pages in your document, so you can create your own custom cover page. You need to start with a blank document. Incorporate a good background color along with an eye catching picture.

4)Usually, common cover pages come up with a title, name of the author of the page, and the date at which it was published. You can incorporate all necessary parts by simply using option “Quick Parts.”

5)You have many options, so you can incorporate as much as you want to add properties.

6)Lastly, if you done with selecting all of components of your cover page by pressing the combination of CTRL + A. you must save the cover page you have created in the gallery.

7)Save it with suitable name.

You can review the custom cover page you have just created, as you can see the same cover page will be appearing in the cover page gallery.

Therefore, you can use your custom created cover page as many times while creating different word documents.

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  1. John says:

    Great, however when I select a background color for this page, the background color selected appears on every other page in the document. How can I restrict this color just to the cover page?

    Thank you.

  2. Sam Ramirez says:

    using word 2011. I can create and save a custom cover page. The components are saved but not the background color. If I use the cover page and then add background color to it, ALL pages get the BG color. How do I assign a BG color to cover page ONLY, and not to the rest of pages in document? URGENT!

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