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    Default Re: Freeze Panes help

    Hi Fluff. I have no idea where that came from. I will try your suggestion. Each of the Macros was created individually and I don't recall doing anything to create a split screen. Oh well. I'll let you know.
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    OK, I tried your suggestion. Changing the "0" to a "1" makes the freezing of Row1 work fine. However, removing the "ActiveWindow.FreezePanes = True" removes the bottom bar allowing access to the other worksheets. Everything works well by not removing the freeze panes. I'm not sure why.
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    Glad it's sorted & thanks for the feedback
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