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I have Excel 2013 and I have a very long list. I have a legend for the assigned colors for the cells. Now as I scroll down the list, I'd like the legend to follow the rows so that I know the meaning of each color. Is it possible to do that? Thanks
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Have it in the first few rows (let's say the first 5 rows), then go to (let's say) cell A6 (i.e. click in that cell), then go to View - Freeze Panes - Freeze Panes.

You will find the first 5 rows are then fixed, wherever you go.

In you want the first 4 columns to be fixed as well, then click in cell E6 before Freezing the Panes.
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Awesome. That is wxactly what I need. Thank you
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