Arthur asks “Hi, I've got to believe there's a way to keep the row of column heading
always visible on the screen as I scroll down through many deeper rows
and row 1 disappears.
I know I can print a new page always with a header row, but I'm just
concerned about having it visible on the screen while viewing rows too
deep to show row 1 headers (or may even column headers on row 5, etc.).”
Sure, for example, select B2, go to Window | Freeze Panes.
By Juan Pablo Gonzalez on 21-May-2002
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