28. By now, Quark has added a new page to accommodate
the text editing you have been doing. This is a view
of page four showing all the carriage returns and line
feeds. Up to this point we haven't placed any images
29. Switch to page two and select the header text.
30. Type the words "Chapter 1".
31. Switch to page three and select the header text.
32. Type the name of the subhead whose topic occurs
on the top of page three. In this case it should be
33. Switch to page four and select the header text.
34. Type the words "Chapter 1". By now you
should see the pattern. Even numbered pages have the
chapter number for the header and odd numbered pages
have the name of the subhead whose topic occurs at the
top of the page. We are manually creating a "running
header" - where text from the document appears
in the page heads. Although Quark doesn't support running
headers using variables like it does with page numbering,
you can make them manually in this fashion.