Keeping Microsoft Word table column headings on each page of large table

If you have a large table in Microsoft Word that is longer than one page, you may want to see the column headings on the top of each page.

In Microsoft Word 2003 and earlier:

  1. In the table, click the first row containing the column headings you want to view.
  2. Click Table – Heading Rows Repeat. The column headings will be repeated at the top of any subsequent pages on which the table appears.

In Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Word 2010 or Microsoft Word 2013:

  1. In the table, click the first row containing the column headings you want to view.
  2. Click the Table Tools Layout tab and in the Data group, click Repeat Header Rows. The column headings will be repeated at the top of any subsequent pages on which the table appears.

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About jdonbavand

I am a trainer of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project and Crystal Reports. I have called my blog "If Only I'd Known That...." because I hear it so many times in training sessions. In fact, if only I had a £100 (or 150 Aussie dollars)for every time someone says "If only I'd known that." ....
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2 Responses to Keeping Microsoft Word table column headings on each page of large table

  1. PP says:

    Thanks!!! love it – learn a new thing every day.

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