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Positioning Headers and Footers in Excel

When it comes to positioning headers and footers in Excel, there are a few things you need to take into account. First of all, you need to make sure that your headers and footers are the same size. This is because if they're not, it can make it difficult to line them up correctly. Secondly, you need to take into account the fact that Excel automatically inserts a header and footer when you print a worksheet. This means that if you want to change the position of your headers and footers, you need to do so through the Page Layout tab.

To change the position of your headers and footers, first click on the Page Layout tab. Then, click on the Header & Footer button. This will bring up the Header & Footer toolbar. From here, you can choose whether you want your header or footer to be positioned at the top or bottom of the page. You can also choose whether you want it to be aligned with the left margin, center, or right margin.

Once you've chosen the position of your header or footer, you can then start typing in the text that you want to appear in it. If you want to insert a picture or some other type of graphic, you can do so by clicking on the Insert Picture button. Once you're happy with how everything looks, simply click on the Print Preview button to see how it will look when printed.

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