Need to navigate that huge spreadsheet quickly? Freeze panes can help by allowing you to view your column and row headings continuously while you scroll your document. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to freeze panes in an Excel workbook, plus we’ll give you 5 tips of this feature, just in case you’ve ever been stumped while trying to freeze panes.
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What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar
- 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
References for this webinar
- Freeze panes to lock the first row or column (how-to)
- Freeze rows and columns (how-to)
- Unfreeze locked panes (how-to)
- Freeze panes to keep headers in site (video for Excel 2010)
- Split panes to lock rows or columns in separate worksheet areas
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