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Setting Print Titles in Excel

When it comes to printing titles in Excel, there are a few things you need to take into account. First, you need to make sure that your document is formatted correctly for printing. This means that you need to have the correct margins set, and that your page break is in the right place. You also need to make sure that your header and footer are set up correctly. Once you have all of this sorted out, you can then start setting print titles in Excel.

To set print titles in Excel, you first need to select the worksheet that you want to print from. Then, click on the Page Layout tab at the top of the screen. In the Page Setup section, click on the Print Titles button. This will open up the Page Setup dialog box. In the dialog box, click on the Sheet tab.

In the Sheet tab, you will see a number of options for setting print titles. The first option is to print row and column headers. This will print the contents of the top row and left column on every page of your document. The second option is to print only specific rows or columns on every page. To do this, you need to enter the range of cells that you want to print in the Print Titles text box.

The third option is to repeat specific rows or columns on every page. This is useful if you have a header or footer that you want to appear on every page of your document. To do this, enter the range of cells that you want to repeat in the Repeat Columns or Repeat Rows text boxes.

Once you have selected the options that you want, click OK to close the dialog box. Your print titles will now be set up and ready to go!

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