Inserting a picture (company logo) in Microsoft Excel 97 and 2000
  1. Select Cell A1.
  2. From the Insert menu, select Picture, From File.
  3. Select the picture you want, and then copy and paste it into Cell A1.
  4. Adjust the picture to the height and width of the row.
  5. From the File menu, select Page Setup.
  6. Select the Sheet tab.
  7. Select Rows to repeat at top.
  8. Select Row 1.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Repeat these steps for each sheet in the workbook.

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Inserting a picture (company logo) in Microsoft Excel 97 and 2000

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  1. I tried this, but instead of using Cell A1, I selected Cell E4 to insert the picture. When I got to the part that is the Page Setup and #8 says to Select Row 1, does that mean you click on Row 1 or type in Row 1? I typed in Row 4 and got an error. It said ‘The text you entered is not a valid reference or defined name.’ Any help here? Thanks

  2. I need advise on how to insert an company logo in a excel spread sheet, and still be able to enlarge and reduce the rows without the logo moving around.

  3. “Hi Rudzani,
    You could insert it as a background picture.It won’t print out, but any users of the workbook will see it.
    Format – Sheet – Background
    Hope that helps,
    Alan.”

  4. I’ve received a spreadsheet in which the pages have “page one,” “page two” etc. inserted as watermarks. How do I delete a watermark in Excel?

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