How to Have Row 4 in Excel to Print at Top of Page?

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To have a specified row print at the top of a page in excel you click on Page layout, then click on Print Titles. When the pop up menu appears, in the area that show Rows to repeat at top, click on the row you want to repeat. This is for excel 2007.
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1. Click "Insert. 2. Select "Header and Footer. 3. Click on the left, center, or right header, depending on which one you want to use. 4. Type in your header. 5. Print your
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header.
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If it is not by code: File --> Page Setup --> Sheet (tab) and in the Print Titles section select the rows to repeat on top
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I know for a PC, you have to go into File/Page Setup/Sheet (tab) where you can delineate which rows you want to have repeated on every page on the printout (but you have to use freeze
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