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The following articles are available for the 'Panes' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Getting Rid of Spreadsheet Panes
When working with different parts of your worksheet at the same time, it is often helpful to utilize panes. Here's how to get rid of those panes when you are done working with them.
Keep Your Headings in View
When working with lots of data rows, it is easy to forget what the column headings say. Here's how to keep those headings visible.
Splitting Your Spreadsheet Window Into Panes
Need to keep different areas of the same worksheet in view at the same time? Excel makes this relatively easy through the use of panes, as described in this tip.