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How to print titles (heading) and gridlines in Excel?

Normally gridline, column title (heading), and row title (heading) appear in worksheet. However, they are disappearing in the print preview when you print the worksheet. See the following screenshots:

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Worksheet in Nomral View

In Print Preview

Row and Column headings and gridlines can help you view data in your worksheet easily. You may think of printing both. This article will show you the way to add the titles (headings) and gridlines in print preview and printed worksheet.


Step 1: Go to the Sheet Options group under Page Layout tab.

Step 2: Check both Print options in the Gridlines section and Headings section. See the following screenshot:

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Now it shows the headings and gridlines in the print preview and printed worksheet. See the following screenshot:

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Print title (top row) on every page


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