Ascending Cell

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How do you move sells up without moving the Header Or Title Cell?

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@mgrannisny I suspect that you need to use "Freeze panes" (on the View ribbon). If keeps rows and/or columns visible while you scroll up/down and right/left in your sheet.

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If not, please clarify what you mean by "move cells up without moving the header". 

 

EDIT: Since you named your question "Ascending cell", perhaps you want to sort a column.