Creating Table Header Rows in Word
Header rows are rows that contain information that help identify the content of a particular column. If the table spans several pages of a print layout, the header row will usually repeat itself at the beginning of each new page.
When you create a table in Microsoft Word, by default Microsoft Word does not create a header row. However, if you create header rows in your Microsoft Word source documents, you can quickly and easily specify the appearance that you want for table header rows in your generated output.
Note: You cannot create table footer rows in Microsoft Word source documents. Microsoft Word does not support the creation of table footer rows.
The following procedure provides an example of how to create table header rows in Microsoft Word source documents using Microsoft Word 2003. Steps for creating table header rows in Microsoft Word may be different in other versions of Microsoft Word.
To create a table header row in a Microsoft Word source document
In your Microsoft Word source document, locate the table for which you want to create a table header row.
Select the row or rows of an existing table you want to use to create the header row.
On the Table menu, click Table Properties.
On the Row tab, in the Options area, verify that the Repeat as header row at the top of each page check box is selected.
If the check box is not selected, select the check box to create a header row for the table.