On 03/07/2014 04:09 AM, Cley Faye wrote:
THAT is what I was attempting to do. The problem with freezing the
upper text, in my case, is the upper text was way off to the right, and
the text to be edited in the lower lines was way off to the left.
2014-03-06 22:49 GMT+01:00 John R. Sowden <email@example.com>:
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
I trust this helps.
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.
Thank you all,
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