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Standardizing Headers/Footers

Standardizing Headers/Footers

Standardizing Headers/Footers

(OP)
I am looking for a way to standardize headers/footers on spreadsheets - for some reason I seem to think that you have to manually enter the headers/footers in for every page on a spreadsheet. Is there an easier way to do this?

RE: Standardizing Headers/Footers

Hello,

Why not create a macro and store it in your personal file?

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Hope this helps.
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maybe only a drafter
but the best user at this company!

RE: Standardizing Headers/Footers

You can also group sheets within a workbook by using Ctrl-left click to add additional tabs to your "active" sheets.  You then set your header/footer in one of them, and they're all set the same.  Don't forget to then right click on one of the tabs and select UNGROUP SHEETS when you're finished.

tg

RE: Standardizing Headers/Footers

a couple of suggestions come to mind:

1) create a default workbook with headers/footers already present or

2) obtain from John Walkenbach's website his add-in that customizes headers/footers.  the add-in is written in vba and is not copy-protected.

good luck!
-pmover

RE: Standardizing Headers/Footers

(OP)
Kewl - thanks guys - you just saved me loads of time!

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