In this article, you will learn how to freeze rows and columns in Google Sheets.
The “Freeze” function is beneficial when you need to handle a vertically and/or horizontally long list in Google Sheets, as you can leave important information (e.g., table headers, names of each item in a table) on your screen while you scroll up, down, right and left.
If you want to freeze both rows and columns, you can combine the two processes above. First you select the cell YX, lock the row or column, and freeze the rest of them.
You can unlock rows and columns in almost the same way as you lock them.
If you don’t get the solution to your question in this article or you have further questions related to rows and columns, you may find the answers in the following articles.
Navigate to the articles below to learn how to fix rows and/or columns, or adjust the heights of rows or the widths of columns to have a better view of a table or a list more efficiently.
Visit the pages below if you need to learn how to insert multiple rows or columns.
Check the following articles if you want to learn about how to group or ungroup rows or columns, or change the order of rows and columns.
Go to the following web pages if you need to learn how to switch rows and columns. You can do it by using a special paste or the TRANSPOSE function.
See these articles to learn how to show the row or column numbers of cells by formula.
You can learn about other Google Sheets formulas and tips that are not mentioned here on this page: LiveFlow‘s How to Guides
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇