We occasionally need to print exported files or files that we have received from others. In that case, we may face difficulties with print titles that come as Title, Header, or Row and Column Headers. We have a sample dataset containing these 3 issues. Let’s see, how to remove print titles in Excel.
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3 Ways to Remove Titles from Print in Excel
In this article, we will see the Page Setup and Header option to remove print titles in Excel.
Method 1: Remove Print Titles Using Page Setup
When we try to print our file we see that Sale ID, Category, Product, Quantity, Unit Price, Total Price these titles is appearing every time.
This is the first page of the worksheet and contains the title.
But when we go to the next page, we still see that the same title appears.
We want this title to appear only on our first page. Let’s see, how to remove this.
- First, go to the PAGE LAYOUT and click Print Titles.
- Now, a dialogue box will pop up and we can see $2:$2 in the Rows to repeat at top box.
- Simply, remove this row reference and click OK.
- Now, press CTRL+P and we can see no print title on page 2.
That’s it. Simple.
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Method 2: Header Option to Remove Print Titles
This time, we are facing another problem. You can see Sale, Confidential, and Page Number above the printing page. So, let’s learn how to remove this type of title.
- At first, go to PAGE LAYOUT > Print Titles.
- As a result, a dialogue box will pop up and we will select None from the drop-down box of Header from the Header/Footer tab.
- Finally, if preview this page, it will look like the following image.
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Method 3: Remove Row and Column Titles
Sometimes while printing, we can see row and column headers/titles are also being printed or we can see it in the Print Preview section. There is an easy step to resolve this issue.
- Simply, go to PAGE LAYOUT and uncheck Print in the Sheet Option as shown in the image below.
- Now, our image will look like the following when we want to print.
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The single most crucial aspect in becoming accustomed to these quick approaches is practice. As a result, we’ve attached a Practice sheet where you may practice these methods.
That’s all for the article. These are 3 different methods for how to remove print titles in Excel. Based on your preferences, you may choose the best alternative. Please leave them in the comments area if you have any questions or feedback.
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