Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding Headers and Footers Using the Page Setup Dialog Box
Figure 10–43. Three headers, one each positioned in the left, center, and right header areas
Once you’ve typed in your text, each header will appear at the top of every printed page.
NOTE: Remember, you can always return to the standard, default view of the worksheet by
clicking the Normal button in the Worksheet Views button group, or the Normal button in the
status bar (alongside the Page Layout button).
Adding Headers and Footers Using the Page Setup Dialog
You can take another route to adding
headers and/or footers via the Page Setup
dialog box, which you can access directly
by clicking the Page Setup dialog box
launcher (see Figure 10–44).
Figure 10–44. Clicking the dialog launcher button
brings you to the Page Setup dialog box.
Once you’ve clicked to activate the dialog box, click its Header/Footer tab. You’ll see the
screen shown in Figure 10–45.