It must be the wintery weather — my mind is on freezing things.
When you freeze a pane on an Excel spreadsheet, you're keeping a row or a column still while the rest of the cells below it can scroll freely. This step lets you view your column and row headings continuously while you scroll your document. This is great when you have a spreadsheet with enough data that you have to do a lot of scrolling to see all the cells, then lose track of the headers that label the columns.
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How to freeze & unfreeze rows and columns
How to print frozen rows or columns
The difference between freezing panes, locking cells, and splitting the window
Other tips that let you see and work with data more easily
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