That’s exactly what it is supposed to do, and Panorama 6 did the same.
In Panorama 6.0 if you want a footer at the bottom of the data, this would be done with a Table Footer tile. In Panorama X 10.0 I messed this up and called this a Column Footer tile, and it did not import correctly from Panorama 6. But if you want to get this working right now, a Column Footer tile is what you need.
It appears that this feature is very little used, since no one reported that the feature didn’t work. (Or perhaps they just assumed it didn’t work because it wasn’t implemented yet, but still, no reports.)
However, it is a very useful feature. So in Panorama X 10.1 it now works with the correct tile name, except that I renamed this tile again, intentionally this time, to Data Footer tile. So what was a Table Header tile in Panorama 6 is now called a Data Header tile, and Table Footer becomes Data Footer. It will correctly import a Panorama 6 database so that the tiles are correctly converted. (However, tiles in a database that already was imported into Panorama X will need to be manually adjusted.) I think that Data Header and Data Footer are much clearer names for these tiles than the previous names.
The reason I ran into this problem recently and discovered the incorrect tile name was because I have updated all of the custom printing documentation into the Panorama X documentation (this was a major project that took several weeks). So once Panorama X 10.1 comes out, it will no longer be necessary to refer back to the Panorama 6 documentation to learn about report tiles – it is all included in the Panorama X help, including the tile name changes I described above.