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In this Access 2007 tutorial, learn how to freeze a column so it will stay in place. You can also freeze adjacent columns ...
at the same time.
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I have a table here that I have created in Access 2007 and I would like to freeze a column. And I want to do this because I have this work contact ID column here and I would like, when I scroll over for it to always appear on my left side, so I can always keep an eye on that column. So how I'm going to do that is I'm going to right click on the column heading of the column that I want to freeze, and then I’m going to go down to freeze columns.
Now you’ll notice when I scroll over, that that column is now frozen. Now, let’s say that I also want to freeze last name, as well as work contact. Well, this column already frozen. I'm going to go over and repeat the same process for last name, right click and go to freeze columns. And then when I go over, you can see that I always have my work contact ID and my last name showing. Now, if I'm dome with some of my data entry, I don’t need this to be frozen anymore then I can right click on any of the columns that are frozen and go to unfreeze all columns. Now, there unfrozen and I scrolled over as normal. So that’s how you can freeze and unfreeze columns in Access 2007.