In the Row pane, choose the number of data rows, data columns, or both you want from the Contents pop-up menu. How to add rows or columns on a single page in Pages — Mac Stack Exchange Nov 20, 2023 — On a single page: In the main menu, find “Format” → “Insert page”. In the dialog that opens, click the “Insert page...” button which shows a dialog with several drop down menus. The first will have header options, and will then bring up the list of available page layouts. Click on the one you want. The layout will begin editing, and you'll see a progress indicator appear when the layout is ready, and on the print page. Make sure the data for the header/footer cells is in all columns and rows of the table: Headers and footer data should be in cell A1. There must be two columns of data to get the heading to appear in column A In the Table tab, you can insert the header/footer cells directly. It will copy to this column and this column will be the header/footer value and the value is just copied over, you don't need to change it at the top of the page just at the appropriate place How to Add Headers or Footers to your Table — Mac Stack Exchange Dec 21, 2023 — In the Table tab, add a new column at the top, right before column A. Then, at the top, just under “Type”, set it to header and make sure all cells are blank. Next change the type of the “Table Type” column to Footer. Then, at the bottom in the Table tab, under “Footer”, change the title of the column back to its proper title. This is the new tab of the Table tab, in the “Cells” tab choose “New cell” and just choose the new Header and Footer. Click OK. Now when you print out an Excel file the “Row” table column is in the main table and the “Header” and “Foreground” column is in column B. How do I edit the Table Layout of an Excel file? — Stack Exchange If I save a file to an account in the past with all header/footer columns set to a different value, but the file still looks ok.