Headers

chelles1969

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I have created a workbook in Excel that contained different headers for each worksheet. When I went in to print the entire workbook, I noticed that the headers were all the same as the first sheet in the workbook. Can you tell me why and what I did to cause it?
 

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Cbrine

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Here's what I think might have happened.

You highlighted all the sheets you wanted to print.
You changed the heading in the first sheet to something different.
You printed the worksheets.

Since all the sheets were highlighted, when you updated the header, you caused the change to occur on all the worksheets highlighted.

HTH
Cal
 

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