How to Repeat Specific Rows or Columns on Every Printed Page in Excel Lori Kaufman October 23rd, 2015 If your worksheet takes up more than one page when printed, you can print row and column headings (also called print titles) on every page so your data is properly labeled, making it easier to view and follow your printed data.
Click the [Page Layout tab In the" Page Setup" group, click [Print Titles. Under the [Sheet tab, in the" Rows to repeat at top" field, click the spreadsheet icon. Click and select the row you wish to appear at the top of every Nov 10, 2010 In Excel 2010, switch to the Page Layout tab and click the Print Titles button: Click inside the Rows to repeat at top field and either type in the range if you know it, or click the icon at the far right of the field and select your header row in your worksheet: Now just click Print Preview to ensure your pages look as you intended.
On the worksheet that you want to print, in the Page Layout tab, click Print Titles, in the Page Setup group). Note: The Print Titles command will appear dimmed if you are in cell editing mode, if a chart is selected on the same worksheet, or if Complicated Excel spreadsheets can span multiple printed pages, and without labels accompanying the data, the printout is often confusing. By default, Excel 2013 does not repeat data headers, which means subsequent How to apply different headers or footers on each page on an Excel spreadsheet?
By default, when inserting header or footer into a worksheet, the header or footer content will be applied to all pages. Excel 2007s Print Titles command enables you to print particular row and column headings on each page of the report. Print titles are important in multipage reports where the columns and rows of related data spill over to other pages that no longer show the row and column headings.
Dont confuse print titles with the header of a report. How can the answer be improved? I recently wrote about retaining your headers across multiple pages in a Word document. This post will tell you how to make your header rows (or columns) in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010 print on multiple pages when you print them out. Mar 23, 2009 Watch Excel 2007 training video on how to print and have repeated at the top of each printable page your column headers.
Watch Excel 2007 training video! May 18, 2011 I have multiple header rows in the same Excel worksheet (not different tabs). And I would like to format the worksheet so that when I scroll down to the second header row, the words in heading 2 replace the words in heading 1 temporarily (until I scroll back up to the top of the page).
Have you ever wanted to print the column headers at the top of each page to make reading the document easier. Well Excel provides an easy way to accomplish this task in