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Header with both left & right justified text in MS Word

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Hello,

How do you create a header in MS Word (2010) which includes some text which is left justified and other text (e.g. page numbers) which is right justified — and have both in the same row?

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Open the header: Insert -> Header -> Edit Header

Select Align Text Lefi, then open the Paragraph pane and click on the Tabs button.
Select Right tab and set the position equal to the right hand margin.Tabs in Header
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Great response, much appreciated.
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