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From: Belin on 28 May 2010 20:25
I am doing a spreadsheet for my school. I am trying to put a title up top
like where the letters A, B C D are. How do I go about doing that???
From: Dave Peterson on 28 May 2010 22:31
You can either see A, B, C, ... or 1, 2, 3. Or you can hide those column
headers. But you can't change them.
So most people will put the headers in row 1 and then freeze row 1 so that it's
In xl2003 menus:
Tools|Options|View tab|check or uncheck Row & column headers
(to hide the headers)
Tools|Options|General tab|check R1C1 reference style
to see numbers. Uncheck this to see letters.
And to freeze panes.
Select A1 so that row 1 is visible.
Every thing above the selected cell will be frozen.
And (not applicable in this case), everything to the left of the selected cell
will be frozen.
> I am doing a spreadsheet for my school. I am trying to put a title up top
> like where the letters A, B C D are. How do I go about doing that???