When working with a worksheet that contains a large number of rows and/or a large number of columns with row and column headers, it is very helpful to always view the headers no matter where one scrolls through the document. An example is shown below. The table lists the year-by-year carbon dioxide emissions by country [...] Read More...
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Jun 17 2012, 08:41 PM
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