How to clear the list of previously used Headers and Footers in Excel 2010

From the INSERT tab on the RIBBON, click on the HEADER & FOOTER option in the TEXT group.
Then from the DESIGN tab, click on HEADER....   It shows all previously used HEADERS.

How do you clear this list?

I tried FILE / INFO / CHECK FOR ISSUES / INSPECT, cleared headers.  But that just removes any headers from document, the previous used list remains.
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TechGuiseAuthor Commented:
Yeah, I'd seen that.   The other answer on that site was incorrect so I had no reason to believe that answer was correct.   Neither were Microsoft employees.
May not be an employee but he is a MS Excel MVP.  That should say a lot about his knowledge of Excel.

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TechGuiseAuthor Commented:
Sorry, don't mean to argue.   But hard to believe there isn't a hidden list, registry entry or ??.  

This list keeps getting "added to" as you enter new HEADERS, there must be a way to take things off of it.
Have you built custom headers or are these just the default set Excel provides?

If they are custom try this
Open a NEW workbook
Insert a header
Choose one of the header.
Edit it to delete all text.


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TechGuiseAuthor Commented:
Thanks!  Good enough.
I just happened to remember when I did a lot of Excel years ago that I could "delete" them that way.

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