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Creating headers and footers
Creating headers and footers
Headers and footers contain information that appears at the
top and bottom of each page of your printed worksheet. You
can select a premade header or footer that contains
information about your file, or you can create custom headers and
footers using predefined text. Excel 2013 comes with a list of
expressions that you can insert into your headers and footers to
display certain information about your worksheet, such as page
numbers or file names. Headers might include helpful
information such as a workbook name, and footers can include page
numbers, file names, or dates.
Add a premade header and footer
1 Click the Insert tab.
2 Click Text.
3 Click Header & Footer.
4 Click Header.
5 Click the premade header that you want to use.
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If you want to, click Footer, and then click the premade footer to
use.
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TIP Click the File tab and then click Print to preview your
headers and footers before you print.
SEE ALSo For more information about how to change the size
of your headers, see “Adjust header and footer height” on the
following page.
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