Create a Header in Word 2013

Say, I've a textbox and picture box (attached) and battling to make it into a header - can't drag it from the bottom into the header position. Please assist. Also tried adding it to header gallery but failed.
Tx
Shiur-On-Sallys-s-Letter-Head.docx
shaunwinginAsked:
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can drag the picture to near the top of the page, but logos are best put into the header or footer

The  headers and footers are in different story ranges from the main body. To move it between such ranges, select it, cut it (Ctrl+X), select the new position and paste it (Ctrl+V) there.
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
How to add to Header Gallry?
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Select the header.
Insert tab>Text group>Quick Parts dropdown>Save Selection to Quick Part dropdown wiil open thee Create New Building Block dialogue.
Type in a name, choose the  Headers Gallery, modify any other fields as needed and click OK.
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Tx works except that the vertical height of the saved header is less than the original created above and one of the text boxes is being forced upwards. How do I  adjust for this?
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Firstly, try putting the shapes (picture and text box) into a single group. Select both and use Group on the Format tab. The pair will then be treated as a single shape and hence easier to manipulate.

Make sure that you are saving the text paragraph(s) in the header to the gallery and not just the shapes (picture and text box). It would help to show the paragraphs with the show/hide(¶) button.
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
tx. Group is greyed out....
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Can you post the document that shows the new problem?
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Pls see attached
Doc111.docx
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
I thought that the contact details text box was to stay in the footer. I now realise that it wasn't even it the footer, so you have to select two text boxes and a picture. Selecting two textboxes isn't immediately possible, so you will have to  add a command to the QAT (Quick Access Toolbar) on the left of the title bar.

Use the dropdown on the right of the QAT and choose 'More Commands...'. This will open the 'Word Options' dialogue. Select 'Commands Not in the Ribbon' in  the 'Choose commands from:' box. Find 'Select Multiple Objects' and use the 'Add>>' button to put it in the QAT list on the right. OK the dialogue away.

Open your original document and click on the new 'Select Multiple Objects' button. Tick the checkbox for each of the three shapes and click OK. You should now be able to group the shapes - CTrl+X to cut - click in the Header area and Ctrl+V to paste. The group will still be positioned at the bottom of the page, but it will be anchored to the paragraph in the Header. Drag it to where you want it.

The group height is too great to fit into the default top margin space, so the text might clash with text at the top of the main body. In the Header view you can drag the margin down or you can adjust it in the 'Page Setup' dialogue
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Tx - Unable to drag the header margin and in page setup only have header from top
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can change the position of the header margin with the vertical ruler or the via the Margins tab on the Page Setup dialogue. The header space will also adjust automatically to match changes to the in-line text. It will not respond to text boxes or other floating (draggable) shapes.

It isn't clear what difficulty, you are describing in the second half of your sentence (in page setup only have header from top).
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