access headings scroll with page

Is there any way to make the headings scroll with the report I created. The report I have is very long and it makes it difficult to keep track of what each column is because you have to scroll to the top to see the headings. If there is some way to make the headings scroll as you scroll down that would be great. If you cant any recommendations on how to improve this aspect of my report other than exporting it into excel?
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Put the headings in the page header rather than the report header.  Of course, if you open in report view rather than print preview, this won't help.  Report view doesn't support page breaks.  If you have to use Report view, you might be able to use a group header for the column headings if you have any grouping in the report.

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HOTWATTAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help!!
You're welcome.
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