Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Restoring missing column titles, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
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- [Voiceover] In this worksheet, recurring titles…for example in cells A3 to A6 have been eliminated…also in A8, down here, probably done for visual reasons,…both for viewing on the screen,…also when this is printed on paper,…it's easier to read this way than it would be.…The problem is, if we leave it like this…and we sort the data, suppose I sort this by employee name.…I'm going to click in column B, go to the Data tab,…choose AZ, the names are now in order alphabetically…but which department is James Abbott in, Robert Acosta?…We don't know, necessarily.…
And, based on what we had seen before,…would we assume that all these people here…are in Audit Services?…Well, not really because we've got an…alphabetized list of names to the right of them.…So, obviously we've got a problem here.…Let's undo, first of all, control + z.…Go back to this display.…The next worksheet to the right,…you could say, has the reverse problem.…Certainly not a problem as we see it.…But if we wanted to print this and not show…these, how do we do that?…
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