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Repeat Rows at Top When Printing in Microsoft Excel

If you want to freeze the rows for viewing data in Microsoft Excel, then see how to freeze panes. But if you want to print your heading rows at the top of each page, then you found the answer.

Go to FileŕPage Setup and click on the Sheet tab.

In the Rows to repeat at top box, you can type a value (you'll quickly learn how), or you can click on the "Collapse dialog" button (these are the icons at the extreme right of each area box in the Sheet dialog), select the rows.

Click the Collapse dialog button again to come back to the Sheet dialog, and hit OK.

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