There are several ways to add a custom title to a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. Titles are not just about filenames - you can place one just above your spreadsheet data so viewers can understand it more easily.
Add a Header to Excel
To add a header title, click the "Insert" tab in the upper left corner of the workbook.
Click the "Text" menu to the right of the ribbon and click "Header & Footer".
You will shrink from the workbook so you will see all your data on one page.
Click anywhere in the "Header" section and enter your text.
To return to the default view of the workbook, click icon "Normal" in the page layout at the bottom of the document.
When you return to the "Normal" view of the workbook, you will notice that text does not appear. In Excel, these headers do not appear while you work on the workbook, but they will only appear printed. But if you want the title to always appear, see below what you can do.
Add a top line that is always visible
To add an always visible title, you can place it in the top row of the spreadsheet.
First, right-click anywhere in cell A1 (the first cell at the top left of the spreadsheet) and select "Insert".
Select "Entire Row" and click "OK" to add a blank row.
Enter the title anywhere in the new row. It does not matter the exact cell which you select as they merge in one second.
Highlight it unity of your new series in which you want to center your title. In this case, we will highlight from A1 to E1, in the center of our title in the top row.
You can use these techniques to quickly add headers to Excel spreadsheets! We hope you find them useful!