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Unfortunately, there isn't a way in the DataLink Explore Events function to hide the header row.
But as a workaround you could use Excel's hide row command to hide that row in your spreadsheet so that it is not displayed. For example, in the screenshot below I have hidden row 2, which is the header row output by the Explore Events function, and I have added my own column headers in row 1:
Thank you . I'll look into that.