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Create a Table Where I can "Freeze Panes"

Create a Table Where I can "Freeze Panes"

Create a Table Where I can "Freeze Panes"

I currently have our church website setup in Frontpage.  One thing that I have not done yet (and it has been requested) is to take some certain content and organize it in this manner:

Imagine an Excel Worksheet where you have the first column you want to show always, and want to be able to scroll between the remaining columns (for instance, using "freeze panes") while still seeing the first column.

Is there a way to do this with FrontPage tables?

I'm at work right now, and don't have access to FrontPage until I get home.

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.


"If to err is human, then I must be some kind of human!" -Me

RE: Create a Table Where I can "Freeze Panes"

Try using iframes inside the table cells.

RE: Create a Table Where I can "Freeze Panes"

Thanks.  I'll look into that.  May be tonight, or may be a few nights from now.  Will see when I get time to do so. wink


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