Microsoft Excel allows you to freeze all rows and columns at the same time, in addition to freezing columns and rows separately. This is how: Choose a cell to freeze below the last row and to the right of the last column. Click Freeze Panes > Freeze Panes on the View tab.
Click the Freeze Panes command, then pick Unfreeze Panes from the drop-down menu to unfreeze rows or columns.
Open Excel in protected mode.
Apply the most recent updates.
Make that Excel isn't being used by another programme.
Look into probable add-in problems.
Examine the contents and specifics of the Excel file.
Determine whether your file was created by a third party.
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