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How to print frozen panes on every page in Excel worksheet?

Normally, you can apply the Freeze Panes feature to freeze the header row when scrolling the worksheet, but, when printing the pages of this worksheet, the freeze pane is no longer locked. How could you always show up the freeze header row for each printed page in Excel?

Always print frozen panes on every page in Excel

Always print frozen panes on every page in Excel

To always show up the frozen pane on each page when printing the worksheet, please do as follows:

1. Go the worksheet that you want to print, and click Page Layout > Page Setup, see screenshot:

2. In the Page Setup dialog box, click Sheet tab, and then select the row or column range that you want to print on each page under the Print titles section, see screenshot:

3. And then click Print Preview button to view the print result, and you can see the frozen header row is always displayed at the top of each printed page, see screenshot:

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    Win · 23 days ago
    Thanks for the great advice.