Printing non-contiguous rows at the top


R

Rich Burt

Using the 'rows to repeat at top' field of page setup, is there a way to
print non-connected rows (i.e. rows 1, 2, 5, & 6)? The formula only allows
for $1:$x and all rows inclusive.
 
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J

Jim Cone

Try using Rows(1:6) and then hide Rows(3:4)
If that messes up the appearance of page one then print page 1 separately.
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Jim Cone
Portland, Oregon USA


"Rich Burt" <[email protected](donotspam)>
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Using the 'rows to repeat at top' field of page setup, is there a way to
print non-connected rows (i.e. rows 1, 2, 5, & 6)? The formula only allows
for $1:$x and all rows inclusive.
 

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