** Reply to message from John Meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Thu,
07 Nov 2013 18:29:14 -0700
To be more specific:
If you only want to keep the column labels visible, put the cursor in the far
left column (before column A) on row 2 then go to the Window menu item and
select freeze. All column headers in row 1 will stay visible as you scroll
everything below them. If you don't go to the far left column it will still
work, but make a darker line to the left of the column that you selected. I
don't know any way to keep just one or several columns frozen and scroll the
Place cursor underneath row you want to stay still.
On 11/7/2013 6:21 PM, Bill Gassner wrote:
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 100.
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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