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Old September 1st 17, 08:46 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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Default how to "freeze panes" for a vertical column?

Thanks, that worked. I had to unfreeze the horizontal rows first, then it
was ok.



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I've been able to "freeze panes" for horizontal rows, so the column
headings stay in place as I scroll down. But when I also try to "freeze
panes" for vertical columns, so the row headings will stay in place,
after I select the column to freeze, the only choice I have is "unfreeze
panes".

Is this because you can't do both horizontal and vertical freezes on the
same spreadsheet. Or is there a different way to accomplish this?


You need to set both at once! So then, to freeze cols/rows at B2 so colA
and row1 do not scroll, select B2 and 'Freeze Panes'!

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