If you are creating a document in Word filled with a table spanning two or more pages, you may find it beneficial to have the header row (the one that usually describes what each column contains) repeat on each page. To do so In Word 2007, select one of the cells of the header row and click the Layout tab on the top toolbar. Next, click the Properties button and then the Row tab within the window that appears. Here, select the box that says Repeat as header row at the top of each page. If you are using a version previous to Word 2007, select one of the cells of the header row and choose Table in the top menu bar, then click Heading Rows Repeat.