This lesson explains how to freeze rows and columns officially known as "Freeze Panes" in Excel for Windows and Excel for Mac. Unfreezing panes is, fortunately, fairly simple:. We welcome your comments and questions about this lesson.
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Freeze Rows--Mac Excel 2008
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I use 'Excel for Mac '. I understand the use of freezing panes.
How do I sort a column AND still retain the 1 heading 'row' intact at the top and not be included in the sort? I need to globally select the WHOLE column - as I have hundreds and hundreds of rows and I don't want to have to selectively select the data in the column ie by leaving out the heading. I am unable to get the above solutions working in Excel for Mac.
Solution will be greatly appreciated. Hi LR. I know your pain I have an Excel spreadsheet that does this to me as well. Not sure if it's a Mac thing, but it's an old Excel for Windows spreadsheet that I transferred to the Mac. Oddly, I don't have that problem if I create a new table in the Mac version. Three ways to do what you want:. I hope that helps!
Hello David Works great - thanks. A few other tips for other people: Make sure there are no empty cells in the heading row.source
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Make sure heading row consists of only ONE row. Thanks again LR. I did not see it mentioned in the lesson and was frustrated when the freeze did not work but I was working in "Page Layout" view and when I switched to "Normal" view it worked just fine.
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If you freeze the header row in "Normal" view and then try to switch to "Page Layout" view a warning pops up saying that you will lose the freeze. Hi, thanks a lot for the detailed steps! I can confirm these steps will work in Excel for Mac I know how disheartening it is when someone reads something useful on a website or blog and then just leaves. So I thought I would take a quick moment and leave a comment letting you know that this is just what I needed to help me with my Excel spreadsheet.
Thanks so much for taking the time to post this and share with the internet! Many Thanks! I've looked for this solution a lot of time! Skip to main content. Search form Search. Freeze or lock rows and columns in an Excel worksheet.
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This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: You may be able to get help on Super User. For future reference, selecting Freeze Panes in Excel will freeze the rows above your selected cell and the columns to the left of your selected cell. For example, to freeze rows 1 and 2 and column A, you could select cell B3 and click Freeze Panes. Visual Aid on Freeze Panes in Excel - http: Microsoft Reference Guide More Complicated, but resourceful none the less - http: I want to "freeze" Row 1 and Column A simultaneously in Excel Is this possible?
Paul Sasik Matt Ridge Matt Ridge 1, 13 38 Why it is off topic?? Millions of people use MS excel and then most of us do need such feature which ideally should have been present. Can we be less bossy in marking such questions which add value and mind our own business?