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Wordsmith
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Posted - 12/07/2006 :  03:22:16  Show Profile
I have a spreadsheet with Rows 1 through 120 and Columns A through BD (56 columns). Row 1 actually labels the columns; Columns I through BD are labeled as dates, e.g., 1-Jan., 8-Jan., 15-Jan., etc. I have frozen panes so that the dates in Row 1 always appear on the screen; however, I would like for all of Row 1 to also appear at the top of each printed page. Can that be done, and how?

Sarah
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Posted - 12/07/2006 :  08:10:33  Show Profile
To have Row 1 appear at the top of each page, follow this path: File > Page Setup > Sheet (tab). Click the icon next to "rows to repeat at top", then use your mouse to select the top row. This will fill in the blank with $1:$1. Press "enter", and then click the Print Preview button to make sure it looks as you wish. (You may want to click "next" in Print Preview so you can see a page other than the first one.) You can select multiple rows to repeat if you wish.

Hope this helps,
Sarah
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