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In Excel 2010, with a vertically tall document, I want to

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In Excel 2010, with a vertically 'tall' document, I want to 'freeze' the column headings created in the first few lines.

In other words, when I am 50 lines down the document, I want to be able to see the column headings.

I hope that makes sense.
Makes perfect sense! This is called 'Freezing Panes' in Excel 2010. MS has created a short tutorial video here:

But the basic operation is:

  1. Highlight the row below the column headings.
  2. Click the View tab in the Ribbon.
  3. Click on Freeze Panes.
  4. Click on Freeze Top Row.



That's it. Now no matter how far you scroll down the column headings will be visible. Thank you again!

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Many thanks, XXXXX XXXXX excellent service!

Absolutely Richard, thank you again!
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