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  1. A few tricks to take you beyond the basics of Microsoft Office 2007 GCPS Tech Tips Microsoft Excel 2007: Freeze worksheet headings for scrolling.

  2. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. When you have data on a worksheet that runs longer than your screen, you may find yourself wasting a lot of time scrolling back to the top to see which column is which.

  3. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. You can save time by freezing the row of column headings at the top of your screen...

  4. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. or freezing the column of row headings at the left of your screen.

  5. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. If you want to freeze headings at the top of the spreadsheet, go to the top of your screen and click on the “View” tab.

  6. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Within the Window box, click on “Freeze Panes.”

  7. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Select “Freeze Top Row.”

  8. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Excel adds a solid, dark line to set off the frozen headings.

  9. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. After that... when you scroll down, the row at the top will always show the names of each column.

  10. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. To unfreeze the headings, click on the “View” tab, select “Freeze Panes” …

  11. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. … and then click on “Unfreeze Panes”.

  12. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. If you want to freeze two of your columns and keep the row headers, start by selecting a cell to the right of the columnyou want to freeze and below the row header you want to freeze.

  13. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Then, within the “View” tab, click on “Freeze Pane.”

  14. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Click “Freeze Panes”.

  15. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. And Excel sets off the first two frozen columns and the header rows with solid, dark lines.

  16. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. The frozen rows or columns will show on your screen but not on your printouts.

  17. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. However... if you want row headings to appear on every page of your printout, start by selecting the cells you want on each page.

  18. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Then, click on the “Page Layout” tab at the top of your screen...

  19. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Within the “Page Setup” window, click on “Print Titles.”

  20. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. which will open the “Page Setup” dialog box with its four tabs at the top.

  21. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. You will see that Excel has already entered the cell range you want to repeat...

  22. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. Click “OK” at the bottom of the dialog box...

  23. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. and your column headings will repeat at the top of each page you print.

  24. EXCEL 2007: Freeze headings for scrolling. That’s all there is to it. Now, if you would like a copy of the step-by-step directions for freezing the headings on Excel 2007 worksheets, just print this last page. Have fun freezing!