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How to Make a Header in Excel

How to Make a Header in Excel

There are a few different ways to make a header in Excel. The easiest way is to use the built-in Header function. To do this, type the text you want to use for your header in the top row of your spreadsheet. Then, select the cells you want to include in your header and go to the Format menu. Select Cells and then select the Header check box. Excel will automatically format your header cells to match the font and size of the text you typed in the top row.

If you want to create a header that spans multiple rows, you can do so by typing the text you want to use for your header in the first row and then pressing Ctrl+Enter. Excel will automatically create a header row that spans multiple rows.

If you want to create a header that spans multiple columns, you can do so by typing the text you want to use for your header in the first column and then pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. Excel will automatically create a header column that spans multiple columns.

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