Freezing Columns

kiwi4444

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I was working with excel. In doing so I made 13 headings A to M. I was trying to freeze the cells A to M.


See picture below.

https://ibb.co/cdxFmL



Now I selected. Columns A to M were selected. Than I went Freeze Panes and Freeze First Column.

https://ibb.co/n5hXi0



Than when I move the cursor to the left. Only the first column is frozen how would I freeze the other columns?

https://ibb.co/hUPTO0

Thank you.
 

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Select cell N3 then Freeze pains & select the first option
 

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