Print page header in Excel

Posted on 2015-02-22
Last Modified: 2015-02-22
Under Excel 2013  page setup, the "Rows to repeat at top" is grey out. Any idea ? I want to print out heading for each Excel page.

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In page setup in Sheet tab just click the right icon in the "Rows to repeat on the top" and choose the area you wan to print on each paper (e.g. A1:A8).
Then this cells selection should be printed on each paper you print

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Under File -> Info -> Print -> Page Setup --> Sheet tab, these option is grey out and I can select it... Tks

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Are you in Print Preview mode  or are you trying to change the setting by going to file >Print > Page setup? either of those will have the options grayed out. Try changing the setting by using the ribbon  instead. Go to Page Layout > Page Setup > Print Titles .
Here is a link to help you

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