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Excel Guide

Creating a Header in Excel: A Step-by-Step Guide

Learn how to enhance the organization and professionalism of your Excel documents by adding a header. Headers can be used for labeling sections or incorporating titles and page numbers. Follow these steps to seamlessly insert a header in Excel using the Header & Footer tool.

Step 1: Open Your Excel Document

Begin by opening your Excel document. If you don't have one open, create a new document by selecting the "File" tab in the top left corner, then click on "New" in the left pane to create a new document.

Step 2: Access the "Insert" Tab

Once your document is open, navigate to the "Insert" tab in the top navigation bar. This action will reveal a new set of options in the ribbon at the window's top.

Step 3: Click on "Header & Footer"

Locate the "Header & Footer" group within the "Insert" tab, positioned on the right side of the ribbon. Click on the "Header & Footer" button to open the header editor.

Step 4: Input Your Header Text

In the header editor, start typing your desired header text into the space at the document's top. You can also include page numbers, the date, or other details by clicking on the relevant buttons in the "Header & Footer" group.

Step 5: Save Your Document

After adding your header, go to the "File" tab again and select "Save" to save your document. Your header will now be displayed on every page, providing a polished and organized look to your Excel document.