Page headings and page footings supply context and key information about a chart, such as its purpose, audience, and author. Page headings and page footings also enhance visual appeal.
The procedure uses sample values, but you can supply values that apply to your own charts.
This feature is available in Query Design view, Live Preview, and Document view.
The Header & Footer dialog box opens.
Tip: Another way to access the Heading & Footing dialog box is to click the arrow next to the Header & Footer button. Doing so opens a drop-down menu from which you can select the heading or footing that you want to work with. After you make your selection, the Header & Footer dialog box opens, and the heading or footing that you selected is active.
By default, the Page Heading tab is selected. In this procedure, accept the default to add a page heading first.
For example, the text for a sample page heading might be Customers By Occupation.
In this example, the heading is styled in 14 pt. bold Helvetica with center alignment.
For this procedure, you are going to add one of the supplied quick text options, followed by some text of your own.
The chart contains the page heading and page footing that you added and styled.
The following image shows the chart that you formatted.
You can control the way in which a page heading and page footing are rendered on a chart at run time.
A drop-down menu, with two options for rendering the page heading and page footing, opens.
Tip: Your selection for a page heading also applies to a page footing, and vice versa.
The heading and footing text are rendered as part of the chart image.