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Excel: Freezing rows or columns

Excel: Freezing rows or columns: Help Yourself: Tech Tips
Excel: Freezing rows or columns: Help Yourself: Tech Tips

Nonscrolling parts of a worksheet are frozen, which allows you to pan the cells while the top row, first column, or only a specified region remains static. Commands are available to freeze the first column and top row of a worksheet. To freeze both the top row and first column—select the top-left cell in the scrollable region and from the View tab, choose Freeze Panes, Freeze Panes. To restore scrolling for all rows and columns—from the View tab, choose Freeze Panes, Unfreeze Panes.

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