Labelling columns in Excel

  graham√ 10:34 15 Jun 2003

I have used row 1 to label columns, but naturally they scroll up with the contents. Is there a way to keep them on top, or is there another way to label columns?

  VoG® 10:35 15 Jun 2003

Position cursor in Row 2. Window/Freeze panes.

  graham√ 10:40 15 Jun 2003

I knew there would be an easy way! Thanks, VoG®.

  graham√ 10:51 15 Jun 2003

I have to do that every time I open the sheet, right? Or can I save the setting?

  VoG® 11:00 15 Jun 2003

It will save the setting until you reverse it by Window/Unfreeze panes.

Incidentally, let's say you have labels in Column A that you want to be always visible when you scroll across, then position the cursor in B2, Window/Freeze Panes will "fix" those as well.

  VoG® 11:01 15 Jun 2003

Assuming that you've saved the file after making the setting, of course.

  graham√ 11:12 15 Jun 2003

I've tried 'save as', and 'save workspace', but if I close Excel and then re-open the worksheet the 'freeze panes' has gone.

  VoG® 11:16 15 Jun 2003

click here

I've never tried saving a file in a workspace so didn't know about this, sorry.

  VoG® 11:19 15 Jun 2003

Also click here

  graham√ 12:18 15 Jun 2003

Thanks for trying. It's no problem to freeze the panes each time, the cat gets impatient to see her weight!

  wee eddie 13:52 15 Jun 2003

Is the Excel file stored else where, on a server perhaps.

Something like that would have the effect of storing your workings but not any changes to the worksheets settings

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