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When you print your spreadsheet, it is often a good idea to include the spreadsheet name in the header or footer. This allows you, at a later date, to recall the name of the file in which the spreadsheet is stored. In fact, some of the headers and footers predefined in Excel include the spreadsheet file name. To include spreadsheet file names in your custom header or footer, follow these steps:
Figure 1. The Header/Footer tab of the Page Setup dialog box.
Figure 2. The Header or Footer dialog box.
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