The header and footer are materials that you want to visualize on top or bottom of every page. The header is the top portion and respectively footer is the bottom portion of a document. Mostly these areas are used for inserting information, heading, page numbers, date, etc. While working in Microsoft Excel we might find the header and footer tab displayed at the top and bottom of the page. You can hide them if you want. In this article, I am sharing with you how to hide header and footer in Excel.
In the following article, I have shared 2 simple and easy methods to hide the header and footer in Excel.
- While in the workbook choose “Page Layout” from the “Workbook Views” option.
- At the top of the workbook, the header section will be visible.
- Similarly, at the bottom of the sheet, the footer section is visible too.
By changing the workbook view you can quickly hide the header and footer. Follow the steps below-
- Above all, select “Normal” from the “Workbook Views” option.
- In conclusion, by changing the view to the normal mode we have successfully hidden the header and footer in Excel.
You can also change the view from the status bar to hide the header and footer in Excel. To do so-
- First, click the “Normal View” icon from the status bar.
- Therefore, you will get the output hidden header and footer in Excel.
Things to Remember
- If you write down anything on the header or footer section and hide the section by changing the view you won’t be able to view the header and footer section. But it will be visible when you print the document.
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