In this video, discover how to handle those situations by splitting the worksheet into separate units and freezing columns and headers.
- [Instructor] Excel worksheets can contain a lot of data,…but what do you do if you need to use data…in two different parts of the worksheet at the same time,…or what do you do if you have a data list…and want to keep the headers on the screen…regardless of how far you scroll.…In this movie, I will show you how to handle…those situations by splitting the worksheet…into separate units and freezing columns and headers.…If you want to split your worksheet…into separate scrolling regions,…you can separate it into either two or four.…
So, for example, let's say that I want…to be able to scroll separately,…starting in column D.…So, if I click cell D1,…and then go to the View tab of the Ribbon…and click Split, then you'll see…that I have two separate scrolling regions.…I can scroll here in this left-hand region,…and if I use the Right Arrow button,…I can scroll to the right, and you'll see…that both the section on the left…and the section on the right are mirroring my choices,…and if I scroll down, then you'll see the choice…
- Creating workbooks
- Manipulating cell data
- Using core functions and formulas
- Formatting worksheet elements
- Creating PivotTables
- Collaborating with others
- Working with charts
- Adding images and shapes
- Saving workbooks
- Printing files
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Excel
2. Manage Workbooks
3. Work with Worksheets, Cells, and Cell Data
4. Sort, Filter, and Manage Worksheets
5. Summarize Data Using Formulas and Functions
6. Format Worksheet Elements
7. Work with Charts
8. Work with External Data and Objects
9. Explore PivotTables
10. Review and Share Your Spreadsheets
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