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A lot of people want to know how to create letterhead in Word. So in this article I'll show you how to do it. But what's more, next month I'll take this article one step further and show you how to add a little automation to allow your users to click a button and switch between letterhead and plain paper. This will allow them to decide whether they want their letter to have the company logo printed or removed so they can print directly on preprinted stationery.
I recently designed a solution like this for a client, albeit more elaborate. (Click here if you'd like to read more about that project.) Ours won't be that involved, but since I haven't written next month's article yet, I'll try to add some fun customization options that you can program in to impress the socks off your peers. It's not really that hard to do. And automation can save you tons of time.
If you missed my articles on Watermarks, you might want to check them out. For those of you who don't want to deal with programming, the first article in Computor Companion magazine shows you how to just create a cool set of manual watermarks that can be added as needed into your documents. But for those who want more, the next article in that series, which appeared here in TechTrax and that you can read here: Automating Watermarks, Part Deux, took the basic Watermark article a step further by showing you how to automate the process with some cool VBA programming. We'll do something similar with these letterhead articles.

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