When creating large documents in Word 2010, it may be useful to include a cover page to create a professional introduction. You can choose to create your own cover page and include some relevant information, or alternatively, you can insert a predefined cover page from the built-in library in Word 2010.
- Open the document that would you like to add the cover page to.
- On the Insert tab, select Cover Page in the Pages group to view the cover pages available.
NOTE: If none of the cover pages match what you are looking for, click More Cover Pages from Office.com to see other cover pages available.
- Click the design of the cover page you would like to add to your document.
- A cover page is now included at the beginning of your document. There are several fields that you can complete with information relevant to your document.
- If you decide to change the cover page, click the Insert tab and select Cover Page in the Pages group and select an alternative cover page design. Any information you included in your original cover page will be transferred to the new cover page design.
- If you wish to remove your cover page, click the Insert tab and select Cover Page in the Pages group. At the bottom of the drop-down list that appears, click Remove Current Cover Page.
That’s it for inserting cover pages. Hope you found it useful – don’t forget to take a look at some of the other tutorials about working in Word 2010.