Google Spreadsheet C# – Google spreadsheet allows up to 10 rows and 5 columns. When you immobilize these cells, you can see them no matter where you are on the page. This is particularly useful when cells lock a table header. This way, it will be easier to locate you when you are completing the data. To learn how to freeze cells in a Google spreadsheet, start with step 1
Load your browser. To start, open the browser you prefer (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) by clicking on the icon on the desktop and go to drive.google.com.
Start your session. If you are not already signed in with your account, Google Drive will ask you to do so using your Google account information. If your username is already written on the page, just complete your password; Otherwise, enter your username and password in the spaces provided.
Open a spreadsheet. You can open an existing document or create a new one. This will open in a new tab in your browser.
If you are going to open an existing document, place it in the list that appears in the middle of the screen and click on the file name.
If you’re going to create a document, click on the “NEW” button, which is located in the upper left corner and select the “Google Sheets” option.
Open the View menu. Click the “View” tab in the worksheet menu bar to display this option.
With the mouse, select the option you want. You can immobilize rows or columns. Whichever option you choose, a small window will appear on the side of the View menu.
If you want to freeze the cells at the top of the worksheet, select the “Freeze rows” option.
If you want to immobilize the cells vertically, select the “Freeze columns” option.
Select the number of columns or rows to freeze. You can immobilize up to 10 rows and 5 columns. Simply click on the number of rows or columns you want to freeze.