How do I customize a Google spreadsheet to distinguish a header from the data?

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Hi,

How do I customize a Google spreadsheet to distinguish a header from the data?

I essentially want the content in the placeholder to reflect the way it looks in the spreadsheet. So, the header with a large font size and the data a smaller font size.

PRESENTATION
http://preview.risevision.com/Viewer....

The placeholder is in the middle toward the bottom.

GOOGLE SPREADSHEET
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/c...

thank you so much!

Kathleen
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Hi Kathleen,

When you add the Spreadsheet to the Gadget, you have an option to specify how many rows at the top are headers.
In your case, set the number of header rows to 1, and then specify the appropriate header font values so that it is a larger font. You can read more about the settings on the Spreadsheet help page.

Thanks!
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Wonderful. This resolved the issue
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Neal, I am having issues with the way my Google Spreadsheets are showing up on our tv billboard.  They do not look like what they do in Google Drive and some information gets cut off.  Can you please assist me in how to fix these issues? Thank you. 
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Hi Kristin,

Sorry this conversation was missed, are you still having these issues? 

Thanks,
Shea