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footer

[′fu̇d·ər]
(graphic arts)
Text that is printed at the bottom of every page of a document or report; may contain the page number.

footing

footing
That portion of the foundation of a structure which transmits loads directly to the soil; may be the widened part of a wall or column, the spreading courses under a foundation wall, a foundation of a column, etc.; used to spread the load over a greater area to prevent or reduce settling.

footer

In a document or report, common text that appears at the bottom of every page. It usually contains the page number.
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When looking at the Product Sales report in Report view, you'll see that each of the group footer sections in the report contains textbox controls that provide a summary of the number of records in that product category group, for example, "Summary for 'ProdCat' = Brass (4 detail records)." The line below it provides the total sum sales for that group.
The latest ActiveReports Server release includes all 1.x features, such as: advanced interactive support for reports with page headers and footers; display of useful report information within the report such as page numbers and report name; the ability to combine multiple text fields into one report column; interactive drill down within grouped data and drill through from one report to another; and interactive drill-down tables that are still interactive when the report is saved to Excel format.
Footers Catering seeks to understand exactly what the client is trying to accomplish with its marketing dollars and tailors the event accordingly.
Horizontal rules serve well to divide headers and footers from body text, or to set apart new items in the right-hand column.
GrapeCity today announced that ActiveReports Server, a 100% Web-based, rich, self-service reporting solution for business users, now supports the use of visual formulas, page headers, and page footers for its ad hoc report designer.
The group footers are used for totals for each subgroup.
This is useful if you want everyone in a department to use the same headers and footers on all documents--everyone with access to the network drive can share the same book.xlt.
Excel provides a bunch of default headers and footers. To see them, click on the down arrow at the right edge of the Header or Footer box.
Follow these steps: Click on View, Header and Footer. When the dotted box appears, return to the toolbar and click Insert, Picture.
But if all you want is a quick footer or header, that's the way to go.