footer

A region at the bottom of a page which can contain information that is required on every page within a document, e.g. the title, author, issue date, or page number. Also called a 'running foot'. Footers may not be visible in 'normal' view (q.v.). The footer will always appear when the document is printed or when viewing the document in 'page layout … ...

footer

[n] - (used only in combinations) the height or length of something in feet
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Footer

An area at the end of an email message or newsletter that contains information that doesn't change f
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footer

fiddle, nuisance
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Footer

In a report or document, a line or block of text that appears at the bottom of every page which is printed from a computer
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footer

Information that is repeated at the end of every page or online documentation topic. For example, the footers on this web site all contain a copyright statement. See also header.
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