If you have too much data, you can lock columns or rows for scrolling. In this video, learn how to freeze the selected column or row so it doesn't move when you scroll.
- [Instructor] You can freeze columns and rows … to make it easier to figure out which lines … of data go with each other. … On the View tab, hover your mouse over Freeze, … and decide how many rows you want to freeze. … To freeze just the header row, choose 1 row. … Now when you scroll, the header will remain in place. … I can place my cursor in any other row, … and when I go back to Freeze, … I can choose to freeze up to that row. … I can also freeze columns. … In this case, I'll freeze two columns. … Now I can scroll and keep the data in place. … To unfreeze them, … go back to the menu and choose No rows or No columns. … …
- Wrapping text
- Collaborating with others on a spreadsheet
- Freezing and locking panes
- Auto-filling data quickly
- Rotating cell data
- Formatting spreadsheets
- Protecting sheets
- Inserting links
- Filtering views
- Undoing unwanted changes
Skill Level Intermediate
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