Keep rows at the top

Leogarvey98

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Jul 10, 2002
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I'm pretty much a spreadsheet novice, so any help would be appreciated. I have a table, and I'd like to keep the Table headings (Price, Author etc) on top, so that when I scroll down, it's still there.

Thnx, Leo
 

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Barry Katcher

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Scroll up or down until just your column headings are at the top of the screen. Place your cursor in the cell at the left of the screen, just under the first column heading, and click on Window/Free Panes. If you also want your first column to be frozen, place the cursor to the right of that column as well.
 

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