Defining the header row in Microsoft Word 2019

Setting the first row of your table as the header row has itsadvantages when the table is large and will span across multiple pages.Defining the header row (the first row of the table containing yourheadings defining the contents of the column) makes sure that theheadings in the first row of the table will repeat themselves at the topof the next page, and so forth.

  1. Select the first row of the table.
  2. Click on the Table Tools tab.
  3. Click on the Layout tab.
  1. Choose Repeat HeaderRows, as illustrated in the followingscreenshot:

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  1. The header row has been set to repeat automatically at the top ofeach page.
    Any formatting change made to the first row (header row) willautomatically update to each of the header rows at the top of eachpage.

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