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2014-03-06 22:49 GMT+01:00 John R. Sowden <>:

On 03/06/2014 01:34 PM, Brian Barker wrote:

At 13:20 06/03/2014 -0800, John R. Sowden wrote:

I have a calc sheet about 600 lines long with data at the top that I
would like to see while I an using the data at, say line 400.  Is it
possible to open a second window showing the data at the top while editing
the data at lower lines?

It's easier than that.

o Click in the row header at the left to select the first row of the
general data - the uppermost one that you do *not* want to keep visible.
o Go to Window | Freeze.

The material at the top will now remain visible whilst you scroll down
the rest.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

 you trust well, I should have thought of that

To be exhaustive, it IS possible to open a second window on the same calc
sheet. In the same Window menu, you have a "New window" option. It will
open a second view that move/scroll independantly. You can then see
multiple page of the same document, for example if you have a page with all
the graphics, and a page with all the data.​​

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