How to Remove the Date From Excel When Printing


Excel offers you the ability to create headers when printing, including dates. The date the document is created or modified is displayed at the top of the print job when you create a hard copy of a file. Excel allows you to only view headers in a file, but the headers are removed when the document prints. This setting is found in the "Page Layout" ribbon.

  • Click the Windows "Start" button and select "All Programs." Click "Microsoft Office," then click "Microsoft Excel" to open the file.

  • Press the "Ctrl" and "O" keys to open the "Open" dialog window. Double-click the Excel file you want to open. The file opens in the spreadsheet software.

  • Click the "Page Layout" ribbon. In the right side of the ribbon in the "Headings" section, remove the check mark next to the "Print" option.

  • Press the "Ctrl" and "S" keys to save the settings to the document. Print the document to your printer to create a hard copy without headers.

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