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Freezing cells in Excel

This article will show you how to freeze cells in Excel.

We will not open America, saying that working with Excel tables can sometimes be very routine and tedious, especially when the table is large, the "header" of the table is not visible and it is completely incomprehensible in which column you need to drive certain data. You have to go back up, look at the name of the column, then again go down the table to the desired cell and only then enter the information. It will be much easier to work if the "header" of the table is fixed. In this case, no matter how long the table is, you will always see the name of the cells. This will save you time and avoid mistakes when filling out Excel tables. So, in this article, we'll take a look at how to freeze a region in an Excel table.

Let's look at an example. Let's say we are compiling a table of vacations for employees of the organization (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1 Example table Fig. 1 Example table

The Topic of Article: Freezing cells in Excel.
Author: Jake Pinkman