How to Add the Footer Page 1 to the Current Worksheet

When dealing with a worksheet that has a lot of data pages, it is essential to set the proper page numbers for them. Otherwise, it will be difficult to find necessary data in time or link the worksheet pages to one another. If we add the footer on page 1 to the current worksheet, then it helps us by easing our work. So, it is very important to learn how to add the footer on page 1 to the current worksheet.


Download Practice Workbook

You can download the practice workbook from here.


3 Easy Methods to Add the Footer Page 1 to the Current Worksheet

We’ll use a sample dataset overview as an example in Excel to understand easily. For instance, we have a dataset of people with their Names in Column B, Department in Column C, and Salary in Column D.  At this point, you want to add the footer page 1 to the current worksheet by following 3 methods. Follow the steps of both methods below to do so:
add the footer page 1 to the current worksheet


1. Choosing Page 1 Option from Footer Section

There are two processes by which you can add the pages to your worksheet. Here I will show you, how you can choose the Page 1 option directly from the Footer section. To perform this, follow the below steps.

Steps:

  • First, select the Header & Footer option under the Text section of the Insert tab.

Choosing header and footer option to Add the Footer Page 1 to Current Worksheet

  • After that, you will see the Header & Footer under the Design tab.

  • Now, under the Footer section select the Page 1 option.

Selecting Page 1 option to Add the Footer Page 1 to Current Worksheet

  • Last, by scrolling down the worksheet, you will see the desired result.

Read More: How to Insert a Footer in Excel (2 Suitable Ways)


2. Choosing “Page 1 of ?” Option from Footer Section

We can do the same thing using Page 1 of? option. This method is similar to the first method only with sightly changes, The steps of this method are.

Steps:

  • At the very beginning, repeat the similar steps of the first method. In short: go to the Insert> Header & Footer>Footer options.
  • Then, instead of choosing the Page 1 option, you will select the “Page 1 of ?” option in this method.

Selecting Page 1? option to Add the Footer Page 1 to Current Worksheet

  • Finally, you will see the number of each individual page along with the total number of pages. It means if you have a total of 5 pages, after selecting this Footer option you will see Page 1 of 5 on the first page, Page 2 of 5 on the 2nd page, and Page 5 of 5 on the last page.

Read More: How to Print Excel Sheet with Header on Every Page in Excel (3 Methods)


Similar Readings


3. Assigning Page from Page Setup Dialogue Box

Another way of inserting Header & Footer is by launching the Page Setup dialogue box. To do this, we have to follow the below steps.

Steps:

  • First, select the dialogue box launcher of the Page Setup under the Page Layout tab.

  • Second, In the Page Setup dialogue box, select the Header/Footer option, and then in the Footer option, select the Page 1 option and then click OK.

Using Page Setup dialog box to Add the Footer Page 1 to Current Worksheet

  • Last, you will see the page numbers appear serially on every page.

Read More: How to Add Same Header to All Sheets in Excel (5 Easy Methods)


Things to Remember

You can also use the Custom Footer option to select the alignment of the footer. For this, you need to select the Custom Footer button. After this, a new window will open up where you can customize the page footer on your own. Here the Insert Page Number actually works like the Page 1 option from the Design tab.


Conclusion

Henceforth, follow the above-described methods. Hopefully, these methods will help you to add the footer on page 1 to the current worksheet. We will be glad to know if you can execute the task in any other way. Follow the ExcelDemy website for more articles like this. Please feel free to add comments, suggestions, or questions in the section below if you have any confusion or face any problems. We will try our level best to solve the problem or work with your suggestions.


Related Articles

Siam Hasan Khan

Siam Hasan Khan

Hello! Welcome to my Profile. Here I will be posting articles related to Microsoft Excel. I have completed my BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh. I am a diligent, goal-oriented engineer with an immense thirst for knowledge and an attitude to grow continuously. Continuous improvement and life-long learning are my mottoes.

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply

ExcelDemy
Logo