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Solved How to Freeze after more than 2 Rows?

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  1. Signode

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    Hi;

    I have been using Excel 2010. To freeze the row or column, there is only single option available while in Excel2003, we could freeze more than two rows/columns;

    Freeze Top Row
    Freeze First Column

    In want to know how to freeze after more than 2 rows or columns?
     
  2. SpywareDr

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    To freeze rows, select the row below the rows you want frozen.

    (For example, if you want rows 1 through 3 to always appear at the top of the worksheet even as you scroll, then select row 4.)

    Click the View tab.

    Click the Freeze Panes command.

    Select Freeze Panes and a black line appears below the rows that are frozen in place.
     
  3. Signode

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    Yes. I am doing the same but still no freeze. System just have two options as mentioned earlier.
     
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  5. Signode

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    Thanks a lot. I have got the point.
     
  6. SpywareDr

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    You're welcome. :)
     
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