MS-Excel / Excel 2003

Adding Headings to Your Report

Running heads - headings that appear in the same position on each page of the printed report - can go a long way towards making the data and charts in your report more comprehensible to the reader. Excel supports two types of running heads in the reports you print:

  • Headers and footers: Headings that appear in the top and bottom margins respectively on each page of the report.
  • Print titles: Headings that repeat rows and columns from the worksheet containing the actual column and row headings that identify the worksheet data in the table or list that's being printed. Print titles appear at the left and top of each page in the body of the report.
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