Place your cursor in cell (A41)
On the menu bar click [Window] then [Freeze]
This will freeze all rows above where you have the cursor placed.
If you put the cursor in cell (C41) as well as freezing all rows above 41 you would also freeze all
columns before C. That is columns A and B would also be frozen.
If you already have a freeze point set you will need to clear it before setting a new point.
Hope this helps.
From: Bill Gassner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 8 November 2013 12:22 PM
Cc: anne-ology; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Would somebody be able to help a newbe to LibreOffice
Thanks for responding to my call for help. Here is the situation: I have a LibreOffice Cal sheet
with rows 1-34 with text. Rows 35-40 with titles above 7 colums.
Rows 41-100 is entries.
I would like to modify document so that rows 35-40 stay fixed when I scroll down to say column
This way the titles of the seven columns would always be visible. I know this can be done.
What formula would I use and where would I put that?
Many thanks in advance
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