Freeze Panes in MS-Excel | Freeze Rows and Columns in Excel

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Freeze Panes in MS-Excel | Freeze Rows and Columns in Excel: Freeze the Upper, Left or both part of the Row and Column Headings to keep it visible while the rest of the worksheet scrolls up and down or left and right, called Freeze Panes. Remove freezing the rows, columns or both is called Unfreeze Panes.

In other words:

For example, If the data in the sheet is not fully visible or if you are working with the current data when you scroll down or right, a portion of the data along with the row title (header) or column (header) title is hidden on the screen. Usually, in the worksheet, we enter or read the data by scrolling up and down, or on the left and right based on the row header and column header. In this case, we must freeze them so that the row header and column header will not be hidden. Doing so is called the Freeze pane.

 

How to freeze panes (rows and columns) in ms-excel)

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Freeze Rows and Columns in Excel Sheet

Freeze upper and left part of the rows and columns while rest of the worksheet scrolls. To freeze rows and columns, follow the steps below:

First, enter the data with column and row headings. For example, look at the picture above.

  1. Now click the common cell which is underneath the row heading and immediate right to the column heading as given in the 1st step of the picture above.

  2. Then go to the View tab

  3. And then click on the Freeze Panes in MS-Excel

  4. Afterwards, select the “Freeze Panes

  5. Now Scroll the page to see the frozen area of the worksheet.

Freeze Panes/rows and columns in MS-Word

Freeze Panes in MS-Excel | Freeze Rows and Columns in Excel 2019

Freeze Top Row

Freeze the top row of a worksheet while rest of the worksheet scrolls. To freeze the top row, follow the steps below:

First, enter the heading on the top of the row in a worksheet. For example, look at the picture below.

  1. Then go to the View tab

  2. And then click on the Freeze Panes in MS-Excel

  3. Afterwards, select the “Freeze Top Row

  4. Now Scroll the page to see the frozen area of the worksheet.

Freeze Panes in MS-Excel

Freeze Top Row in MS-Excel

Freeze First Column

Freezes the First column of a worksheet while rest of the worksheet scrolls. To do it, follow the steps below:

  1. First, enter the heading in the first column in a worksheet. For example, look at the picture below.

  2. Then go to the View tab

  3. And then click on the Freeze Panes in Excel Worksheet

  4. Afterwards, select the “Freeze First Column

  5. Now Scroll the page to see the frozen area of the worksheet.

Freeze First Column in MS-Excel

Unfreeze the Panes

To Unfreeze the pane after freezing the upper part, left part or both parts of the rows and columns (column or  first row in a sheet), click the “Unfreeze Panes”. The first option of the Freeze pane in ms-excel turns as Unfreeze pane when you freeze the rows and columns in a worksheet.

Conclusion: As explained about Freeze Panes in MS-Excel | Freeze Rows and Columns in Excel, the use of freeze work is extremely efficient. In a worksheet, it is more difficult to work when there are more data than what appears on the screen. My suggestion is that freezing is only very helpful when there is a large amount of data. So, when you are working, choose a freeze option and hope to make it a habit. I repeat, if it contains so much data that it is not easy to work with.

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