There are a few different ways to freeze rows in Google Sheets. One way is to select the row you want to freeze and then click on the "freeze" button in the toolbar. This will freeze the row so that it stays at the top of the sheet no matter how you scroll down.
Another way to freeze rows is to use the "freeze panes" function. To do this, click on the "view" tab and then select "freeze panes". This will give you a few different options for freezing your rows and columns.
Finally, you can also freeze rows by using the "conditional formatting" function. To do this, select the cells you want to freeze and then go to the "format" tab. Under the "conditional formatting" tab, select "row height". This will allow you to freeze specific rows based on their height.
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