Adding Headers and Footers to a Sheet
You can have the same text appear on multiple pages in a sheet. Recurring
information that appears at the top of the page is called a header; at the bottom it’s
called a footer.
You can put your own text in a header or footer, and you can use formatted text
fields. Formatted text fields allow you to insert text that is automatically updated.
For example, inserting the date field shows the current date whenever you open the
spreadsheet. Similarly, page number fields keep track of page numbers as you add or
To define the contents of a header or footer:
Click View in the toolbar and choose Show Print View.
To see header and footer areas, hold the pointer near the top or bottom of a page.
You can also click View in the toolbar and choose Show Layout.
To add text to a header or footer, place the insertion point in the header or footer
and insert text.
To add page numbers or other changeable values, see the instructions in “Inserting
Page Numbers and Other Changeable Values” on page 188.