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How to Make Letterhead in Word | Productivity

Letterhead is part of a company's branding and can be done quickly using Word. This type of document is important because it gives credibility and reinforces the brand of an organization. In addition to easy to do, letterhead can be personalized with your business logo and other information such as address, website and contact phone.

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There are two main ways to create a letterhead in Word: from a blank, more customizable file, or using a pre-existing template, which is the most practical alternative. Here's the walkthrough of how to create a perfect letterhead for you in the version of Word 2016.

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Creating letterhead from a blank file

Step 1. Open Word and create a new blank document.

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Opening a blank document in word Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 2. Insert a header by clicking "Insert" and then "header" and add the information you deem necessary. They are usually placed here: company name, address, contact and etc.

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How to insert header in a document in Word Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 3. Add your logo. Click "Insert" and then "Image".

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How to Add a Logo on Word Letterhead Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 4. Choose the company logo image from your computer files.

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Inserting a logo on the letterhead in Word Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 5. Adjust the size and position of the logo.

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How to adjust logo size Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 6. Add a footer. Click "Insert" and then "Footer". Choose a template and adjust the information you want to enter.

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How to add a footer in Word Letterhead Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 7. Consider adding other visuals, such as lines dividing the header and / or footer. In this step, click "Insert", then "Shapes" and select the "Line". Adjust the size and style of the line.

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How to add a dividing line on the header and / or footer Photo: Reproduction / Giulia Arajo

Step 7. Save the document.

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Example of letterhead finished in Word Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Creating letterhead from a Word template

Step 1. Open Word and select your favorite template.

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Selection of letterhead ready templates in Word Photo: Reproduction / Giulia Arajo

Step 2. Download the ready letterhead template from Word

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How to download letterhead template in Word Photo: Reproduo / Giulia Arajo

Step 3. Customize the header and footer with your company information and save the changes.

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Changing ready template information in Word Photo: Reproduction / Giulia Arajo

Ready. Once you've created the letterhead, simply copy it to edit whenever you want to create a custom document for your business.