Excel 2007 what is the command for scrolling down your rows with still seeing the header row at the top

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I know this is so simple but what is the command for scrolling down through rows in Excel 2007 but still keeping the header (titles of the columns) in view.
thanks so much!


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Excel 2007 windows 2007 PC
ASKED: October 27, 2010  3:32 AM
UPDATED: October 29, 2010  3:17 AM

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That would be the <a href=”http://spreadsheets.about.com/od/exceltools/ss/81027freezepane.htm”>Freeze Panes feature</a>

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•Open a spreadsheet file.

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To freeze the top horizontal pane, select the row below where you want the split to appear.

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To freeze the left vertical pane, select the column to the right of where you want the split to appear.

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To freeze both the upper and left panes, click the cell below and to the right of where you want the split to appear.

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Open the Window menu and select Freeze Panes. When you scroll through the worksheet, the area you selected remains on the screen

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  • SbElectric
    Good answer provided by Hitsquadcomputerservices. I just want to clarify one aspect. Excel 2007 can be set up with many options as such … Windows menu may not be easily visible on the spreadsheet. Click on View & then you will see Windows menu. To undo (or Unfreeze) just follow similar steps. The Freeze drop down will now indicate “unfreeze” option.
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