Title Page Templates in Word for Mac

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A nicely designed cover page is often a necessity with certain types of documents, whether you're creating an academic paper or business document. A cover page is a finishing touch that makes any document stand out, and Word offers many title page templates to make creating the perfect title page easy.

How to Insert a Cover Page in a Word for Mac Document

Creating a cover page from scratch can require more time and effort than you want to invest.

You need to consider font sizes, spacing, and other formatting. Word for the Mac saves you this time with predesigned title page template styles from which you can choose, and that you can tweak and customize to suit your tastes.

Follow these steps to insert a cover page in your Word 2011 for Mac document:

  1. Click the Document Elements tab.
  2. In the Insert Pages section of the Ribbon, click Cover to open a drop-down gallery of cover page templates.
  3. Click the cover page template you would like to use. The cover page will be inserted into your document.
  4. Customize the cover page with your text.

For Word 2016 (part of Office 365):

  1. Click the Insert tab.
  2. Click the Cover Page button to open a drop-down gallery of cover page templates.
  3. Click the cover page template you want to use. The cover page will be inserted into your document.
  4. Customize the cover page with your text.

Want even more cover page templates?

Microsoft Office Online offers a library of templates for the entire suite of office productivity software. Learn how to find Microsoft Word templates online, too.

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