Software & Apps MS Office An Easy Guide for Inserting a Cover Page in Word 2007 by James Marshall Writer James Marshall is a pro journalist who covers technology and computer troubleshooting. He is also skilled with Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, and other word processors. our editorial process James Marshall Updated on July 29, 2019 CZQS2000 / STS / Getty Images MS Office Word Excel Powerpoint Outlook Tweet Share Email Word 2007 makes it easy for you to customize the look of your documents. The predefined styles help you create professional-looking documents. And, with Live Preview, you can try out different formatting options without actually changing your document. But one of the handiest features in Word 2007 is the Cover Page option. Word 2007 includes a number of preformatted cover pages that you can insert with a few clicks of your mouse. Of course, you're not limited to the cover pages included with Word. You can customize the pre-installed designs. You can also save your own cover pages in the Cover Page gallery. Inserting a Cover Page To insert a cover page, follow these steps: Click the Insert Ribbon.In the Pages Section, click Cover Page.In the Cover Page gallery, select a design that you like. The cover page will be inserted at the beginning of your document. The Drawing Tools Ribbon will open to allow you to customize the look of the cover page. Saving a Cover Page to the Cover Page Gallery If you would like to save your cover page for later use, follow these steps: Select your entire cover page in the Word window.Click the Insert Ribbon.In the Pages Section, click Cover Page.Click Save Selection to Cover Page Gallery. Removing a Cover Page From Your Document You can also remove a cover page if you want to insert a different one or if you decide you don't want a cover page at all: Click the Insert Ribbon.In the Pages Section, click Cover Page.Click Remove the Current Cover Page.