Roman numerals are often used for page numbers in books, and Microsoft Excel also supports using them for page numbers in worksheets. If you want to use Roman numerals for page numbers in an Excel worksheet, there are a few different ways that you can do it.
One way is to use the Insert Page Numbers feature. To do this, select the cells where you want to insert the page numbers, and then click Insert > Header & Footer. In the Header & Footer section, click Page Number, and then select Format Page Numbers. In the Page Number Format dialog box, select Roman numerals from the Number format drop-down list, and then click OK. Your page numbers will now be displayed as Roman numerals.
Another way that you can use Roman numerals for page numbers in Excel is by using a custom header or footer. To do this, select the cells where you want to insert the page numbers, and then click Insert> Header & Footer. In the Header & Footer section, click Custom Header (or Custom Footer , depending on where you want the page number to appear). In the Edit Header or Edit Footer (depending on which one you clicked) dialog box, enter& nbsp;" & ;[Page] &" (without the quotation marks) in the& nbsp;"Center section", & nbsp;"Left section", or "Right section", depending on where you want the page number to appear on your worksheet.
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