Displaying title on Interactive Report

Folks, there should be an easy solution to this, but I can't find it.  I'd like to be able to display a title on my interactive reports.  I'm using the "IRR Region Template," and using another one isn't an option (b/c the other ones don't properly display wide reports).
I'm guessing the IRR Region Template doesn't include the #TITLE# substitution string, but can it?  Can #TITLE# be added?  Or can I accomplish this simple requirement via some other fashion?

Question:  Where do you want the title to appear on the page? 
I'm not familar with this IRR Region Template.  Is it borderless or does it have a title "area"?   If it has a title area, it ought to have a #TITLE# substitution string for that area?   You say "I'm guessing ..."   Can you take a look at the template and tell us what's there?   Do you know how to look at the templates? 
I added a simple title as a display-only page item on a report.  But that's pretty limited as there is only so much display room between the page tabs and the search box.  You could also concatenate an application item to the application title and set it to the report title you want when the page displays.

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