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Thanks everyone for the input. If I had spend more time poking around I
might have checked the Window menu. As a novice I wasn't expecting to go to
that menu since I was working with cells and rows I was expecting to go to
format or cell properties. Come to think of it I had to poke around Excel
some time ago to figure out how to do this. And since I don't work with
spread sheet much I forgot where to poke around. Anyway I hope I can
remember for future reference. Thanks so much for the help.

I hit reply to all. If that is not what I should do in the future please
let me know.


On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Jay Lozier <> wrote:

On 11/23/2012 12:18 PM, Steven Dayton wrote:

Can I lock a row in spread sheet so it doesn't move out of view when I
scroll down in long documents. I can do this in Excel but I haven't been
able to find a way to do this in LibreOffice Calc.

I have set up the first row in the spread sheet as a column titles row and
I have over a 150 lines in the spread sheet. I would like that first row
remain in view as I scroll down the rows. Hope that makes sense.

If there is a better way to set up column headers I welcome tips and


Yes, after selecting the columns or rows to be included then under Window
select Freeze

Jay Lozier

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