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Freezing and Unfreezing a Column or Row
Freezing and Unfreezing a Column or Row
Large worksheets can be difficult to work with, especially on low-resolution or small
screens. If you scroll down to see the bottom of the list, you can no longer see the column
names at the top of the list. Instead of repeatedly scrolling up and down, you can tem-
porarily set, or freeze , those column or row headings so that you can see them no matter
where you scroll in the list. When you freeze a row or column, you are actually splitting
the screen into one or more panes (window sections) and freezing one of the panes. You
can split the screen into up to four panes and can freeze up to two of these panes. You can
edit the data in a frozen pane just as you do any Excel data, but the cells remain stationary
even when you use the scroll bars; only the unfrozen part of the screen scrolls. When you
freeze a pane, it has no effect on how a worksheet looks when printed.
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