How to keep certain rows to repeat at top of every printed page in Excel?
Usually, all data share the same header in a worksheet, if you print this worksheet, only the first page will include the header row. For making all printed out pages easy to read, you may need to keep the header row to repeat at top of them. How to achieve it? This article will recommend two methods for you:
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You can keep certain row to repeat at top of every printed page of current worksheet with the Print Titles function in Excel. Please do as follows.
1. Click Page Layout > Print Titles. See screenshot:
2. In the Page Setup dialog box, click the button in the Rows to repeat at top box to select the row you need to repeat at top of every printed pages, and then click the OK button.
3. Click File > Print, you can see the specified row displays at the top of every printed pages.
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1. Click Enterprise > Split to Columns. See screenshot:
2. In the Split to Columns dialog box, you need to:
1. In the Title range section, click the button to select the row you need to repeat every printed page at top.
2. In the Data range section, click the button to select the range you need to print.
3. Enter the number of rows you need to print on per page into the Rows per printed page box, enter number 1 into the Number of segments box.
4. Click the OK button.
Note: If you enter 46 into the Rows per printed page box, every 46 rows of selected range will be printed on per page. And the selected title range will be added at the top of every page.
3. Then you will get a new worksheet with specified row display at the top of every printed page.