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I founded mi.yodeya.
I'm also a public transit technologist.
Major Jewish communal credentials: Mashgiach Emeritus, MIT Hillel Kosher Kitchens; Gabbai Emeritus, MIT Orthodox Minyan.


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answered In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
@Jørn, Roger's exactly right. Brainstorming design ideas is what I was hoping for, and what I appreciate getting. This one would probably be quite difficult to implement in Excel, but maybe I or someone could come up with a related idea, use this idea in a different context, or use in in a future version of Excel that makes it easier to implement!
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
Ooh. I like the blue and stripey idea.
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
Thanks very much for your thoughtful analysis. I think you're right on the money, and I like that closure idea. I don't have a great deal of space to spare, but I'll see if I can implement something along those lines.
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
I'm looking for design ideas, including those that can be achieved via programming. Is that really not in-scope here? I'm not asking how to implement them.
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
Thanks for the clarification. I'm looking for design elements that I could add to more intuitively indicate that there's more data above. Can you explain why you think this is impossible?
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
I'm not sure what you mean by "default behavior." I'm the one who chose to freeze the header rows at the top. I also don't get your second sentence; I have a specific issue that I'm trying to solve.
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comment In Excel, how do you make it clear that a pane is frozen?
I'm new here and no UI expert by any means, and would therefore appreciate any help with tagging.