Freeze Panes help

Dan Wilson

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Good day. I am running Excel 2013 on Windows 10 Home. I have a workbook with several worksheets. A couple of the worksheets have Columns with data that extend out to Column EA (125 entries). I am already using the Freeze Panes function to keep the Column Headers in View. Is there a function that will perform a Freeze Panes action on Row 1 running down to Row 200 or more? In order to enter data for an item in Row 5 in any Column beyond BG, I have to downsize the worksheet. When entering data on the far end of the Row, this becomes difficult as the worksheet has been downsized three times. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks, Dan Wilson...
 

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Fluff

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Not sure if this is what you want, but if select (say) J2 & select "Freeze panes" row 1 & columns A:I will always be visible
 

Dan Wilson

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Hi again, Fluff. You're a very busy person on this forum. After I posted my question I went to the Freeze Pane function and found that I can freeze Column 1. Unfortunately, that removes the freeze on Row 1. I experimented with the freeze of Column 1 and found that it will work for what I want to do. Once I pick the column I want to work in, I can scroll up and down the column and still see values in Row1. Thank you for responding.
Dan Wilson...
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback
 

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