VBA Excel position rows in split frame


Is there any way to reposition the rows/columns in a split frame in Excel from within vba? I want to force a particular row to be at the top of the first pane, and a different row to be at the top of the second pane.


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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
I very strongly feel that this would not be possible. But still you can wait for input from some other expert.

gbergsmaAuthor Commented:

Your "expert" comment was less than useful. Indicating that you strongly feel that it can't be done, particularly when your rank is "Wizard" may put others off from trying to solve the problem.

I have solved the problem myself as below:

    ActiveWindow.Panes(1).ScrollRow = 1
    ActiveWindow.Panes(ActiveWindow.Panes.Count).ScrollRow = 4


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