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Header and Footer Formatting Codes in Excel

There are a few different ways to format headers and footers in Excel. One way is to use the <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, etc. tags. These tags will automatically format your text as a header or footer, depending on which tag you use. Another way to format headers and footers is to use the <p> tag. This tag will not automatically format your text as a header or footer, but you can add the class attribute to the <p> tag and set its value to "header" or "footer". This will tell Excel to format the text as a header or footer. You can also use the <div> tag to format headers and footers. Again, you'll need to add the class attribute and set its value to "header" or "footer".

If you want to get really detailed with your header and footer formatting, you can use the <style> tag. This tag allows you to add CSS styles to your header and footer tags. For example, you could use the <style> tag to change the font size, font family, or text color of your headers and footers. You can also use the <style> tag to add borders, background colors, or other styling effects.

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