Hey everyone, John Ozuysal here.
Google Sheet is a great free product for managing data and creating spreadsheets of all sorts. It’s my go-to tool for sheets and I wanted to show you how to freeze cells and rows because I think it’s a great future everyone can utilize.
How to Freeze Cells and Rows in Google Sheets
- Select the rows/cells you want to freeze.
- Click View from the Top menu, and proceed by clicking Freeze.
- From there, select one of the different options of freezing cells and rows to your need.
And that’s it! Also, here’s the video for a detailed explanation:
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