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If you want to make headers and footers in the correct section different from those in the previous section, you must make sure that the Link to Previous is NOT selected. True or False
Weegy: ou can use the same header and footer throughout a document or change the header and footer for part of the document. [ [ For example, you can use your corporate logo in the first-page header, and then include the document's file name in the header for subsequent pages. To view Headers and Footers in Normal View, click View > Header and Footer. If you are in Page Layout View (Word 97) or Print Layout View (Word 2000), simply double click the visible header or footer that appears as gray text. In either case, the Header/Footer toolbar appears. It happened because he set the same header and footer for the file. ] ] (More)
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If you want to make headers and footers in the correct section different from those in the previous section, you must make sure that the Link to Previous is NOT selected. True or False
Weegy: ou can use the same header and footer throughout a document or change the header and footer for part of the document. [ [ For example, you can use your corporate logo in the first-page header, and then include the document's file name in the header for subsequent pages. To view Headers and Footers in Normal View, click View > Header and Footer. If you are in Page Layout View (Word 97) or Print Layout View (Word 2000), simply double click the visible header or footer that appears as gray text. In either case, the Header/Footer toolbar appears. It happened because he set the same header and footer for the file. ] ] (More)
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A central theme of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage is the ocean’s ____. a. malice c. rhythm b. permanence d. generosity
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A central theme of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage is the ocean’s PERMANENCE.

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Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley. The phrase the incantation of this verse in line 65 shows that Shelley thinks of poetry as akin to a. love or hate c. a declaration of war on injustice b. magic, prophecy, or religion d. a defense against boredom and sorrow
Weegy: b. magic, prophecy, or religion (More)
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