Word: Repeat a table’s heading rowOctober 14, 2008
If you have created a table that goes across a page, then you may want to repeat the header for each column on subsequent pages. You can do this automatically in Microsoft Word.
Just select the first table row that contains the header information (yes, you can select two rows), then apply the relevant attribute depending on your version of Word:
- Word 2003: Select Table > Heading Rows Repeat from the Word menu.
- Word 2007: Go to the Table Tools Layout tab, then click Repeat Header Rows.
Header row won’t repeat? Try this: https://cybertext.wordpress.com/2010/03/26/word-header-row-wont-repeat/
[This article was first published in the September 2003 CyberText Newsletter; updated September 2008 to include Word 2007 details; links last checked October 2011]