Retaining table headers and footers


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Retaining table headers and footers

If you do a lot of work with tables in InDesign, then you'll be happy to hear that now header rows and footer rows are maintained after you update from linked Excel files. And if that sounds like a bunch of gibberish, or it sounds vaguely familiar, let me recap what that's all about, and then I'll show you how it works. First of all, you have always been able to import Excel spreadsheets, like this simple one right here. You can just place that table data.xlsx file and then format that spreadsheet into a table. If you remember to turn on the linking option, Link to Imported Spreadsheets and Text Files, which is an option in Preferences, then when you place it, it becomes link to the table that you format.

So here you see we have a link to that table data, and that's why we have the little link badge here on our table. Let's zoom in a bit. So this is still all old news, and the beauty of linking to the Excel files, as any table person will tell you, is that when somebod...

Retaining table headers and footers
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Retaining table headers and footers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the InDesign CS6 New Features

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