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Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc

Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc

Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc

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I am trying to freeze the top row of cells. I go to Window > Freeze and nothing happens. I have another spreadsheet and this is working. Any ideas what might be preventing the Freeze function from working?

I'm running Open Office 3.1.1 on Kubuntu 9.10.

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RE: Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc

Just to state the obvious, is your "selected cell" such that there's anything to freeze?

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RE: Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc

Make sure you are in row two (2) of the spreadsheet if you want to freeze row 1 and then choose the freeze option.  You always need to make sure that your cursor is somewhere in the row beneath the rows that you want to freeze.  This will freeze all rows above the current row that you are in.

Hope this helps!

RE: Window > Freeze Not Working in OOO Calc


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