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Old 07-11-01, 06:49 PM
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Locking a row in Excel

I want to lock the first row in Excel so that it never scrolls off the page and always is the first row. I have seen this done before. The other rows can scroll freely.
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I'm sure there's an easier way to do this, but I've never bothered to figure it out.

Select the first row, under the Windows menu in the toolbar, select Split. Drag the vertical split all the way to the left so that it disappears. Drag the horizontal split up so that it's under row 1. Now with row 1 still selected, go again under the Windows menu and select freeze.
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Thanks, that's exactly what I wanted.
Old 07-13-01, 11:02 PM
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Better still...

Click on the number corresponding with the row UNDER the one you want to lock (if it's just row 1, click on 2). This will highlight the row.


Go to Window, and select Freeze Panes.

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