The concept of freezing the header row or leftmost column is pretty familiar to Excel users, but it turns out there's also a parallel feature in Word that lets you work on long documents while drawing on information from two sections. As the Word official blog explains, in Word 2007 you can select the View tab, select Split, and then mark a point to split the document. (The keyword shortcut is Alt, then W, then S.) That area stays fixed while you can move through the rest of the text. You can also change the active view independently in each area. A useful solution, especially if you don't fancy some multi-monitor tinkering with multiple copies of documents. How to Freeze Part of Your Word Document [Microsoft Office Word Team Blog]
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