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Printing Excel - Rows to repeat on top not available

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Hi there

Just got a new PC and installed Excel 2000 on it. I have prepare a worksheet and want the top row to print on every page. I have gone into page setup but the option is shaded out and unavailable.

I opened some older documents that I knew I had used the same options on before and they were available!!! However, if I disabled or deselected to repeat the rows, the option was not available again!!!! Please help ASAP!!

PS Hope this all makes sense - BTW Win98 environment using Office Prof 2000
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ept68,

This option is dimmed out if you go into Page Setup by clicking 'Setup' in Print Preview.

Do File - Page Setup directly from the workssheet instead.

Better?

Ture Magnusson
Karlstad, Sweden
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Thanks for the suggestion Ture - but that didnt make any difference!
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Hi ept68
Are you saying that when you click on "File" ... then the "Page Setup" option is shaded out? You can't get to "Page Setup" at all?

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Ture

You were right!! sorry for my ignorance and thanks again!!!!
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