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Print worksheet column labels on every page


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Print worksheet column labels on every page

Multipage printouts of large worksheets are difficult to read when their column labels appear only on the first page. For example, suppose you have a 10-column, 1000-row worksheet and the labels for each column are contained in row one.

Follow these steps to have the column labels print on every page:

1. Click anywhere in the worksheet, and select File | Page Setup.

2. Click Sheet and, under Print Titles, click the collapse dialog box at the right end of the Rows To Repeat At Top text box.

3. Select a cell in the title row. The range $1:$1 appears in the text box.

4. Click the collapse dialog box at the right end of the Page Setup--Rows To Repeat At Top text box.

5. Select Print.

When you click Print, row one will print as the horizontal title for each page.

To print row labels on the left of each page, follow the steps above, except in Steps 2 and 4, select the collapse dialog box at the right end of the Columns To Repeat At Left text box and enter the range of columns that contain the row labels.

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