Have you ever printed a multi-page excel spreadsheet only to realize that the row headings only appear on the first page? Well, by using the rows to repeat at top print option you are able to repeat the row headings on every page. Follow the steps below on how that can be done.
Applies To: Excel 2003, 2007 and 2010
- Determine which row to be repeated
- From the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, select Print Titles
- Select the Collapse Dialogue button in the Rows to Repeat at Top
- Select the desired row
5. Press Enter
6. Select OK
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