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    Re: Custom Views

    You can (at least in Excel2000) but you have to change the header first then add the view. The view seems to be etched in stone. Once you create the view it stays that way no matter what you do to the spreadsheet. If you want to change the header for a view you have to change the header and then delete the view and add it again.

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    Re: Custom Views

    Ureka! The headers on my "new views" are definitely the headers I created for the original spread sheet. I'll modify the headers on the original spreadsheet before I create the "new views" as you suggested. Thanks for the insight!

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    Custom Views (Moved from Access forum)

    I have just begun working on a new spread sheet. I have created four custom views that I will routinely print and give to my boss to aid him with customer follow up. The "Excel 97 Bible" leads me to believe that I should be able to use different headers and footers for each custom view I have created. So far, I can't get it to work. Am I doing something wrong, or did I just misunderstand the "Bible?"

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