You can use headings in Microsoft Word to add text or graphics at the top of every page in your document. You may need a heading if you need to add a date, page number, or your name to every page of an article or report. If you decide to remove the title in your Word document, you can do it in a few easy steps. However, the procedure depends on whether you are using Microsoft Word.
Removing a title in a Word document only takes a few steps.
Microsoft Word 2003
Open a Word document and click the View menu tab. Select “Header and Footer”.
Remove one heading by clicking Next or Previous to navigate to the heading you want to remove. If you only want to remove one heading, uncheck the Link to Previous box. This ensures that only the selected title is removed. Double-click a heading to select text or an image. Press the Delete button on your keyboard to remove the title.
Remove all headings by checking the box next to Link to Previous. Then select any of the headings and double-click on it to select the text. Click Remove to remove all headers.
Microsoft Word 2007 and 2010
Open a Word 2007 or 2010 document. Use the scroll bar to go to the page that contains the title.
Click View, and then select Print Layout. You should now be able to see the title.
Click Insert, and then click Header & Footer. Click Remove Title. Repeat the process to remove each title if you are deleting multiple titles.