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Faculty - Freeze Grade Center Columns in the Blackboard Grade Center

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Faculty - Freeze Grade Center Columns in the Blackboard Grade Center

Freezing columns allows you to scroll through the Grade Center keeping certain columns frozen as you scroll through content. 

 

1.  Put your mouse over the Manage tab until a pop-up window appears. Then click Column Organization. Manage menu showing the Column Organization option

2. Click and drag the 4 intersecting arrows next to the gray bar that reads "Everything above this bar is a frozen column. Drag this bar to change which columns are frozen" up or down to adjust which columns will be frozen in the Grade Center. 

Freezing columns will allow you to scroll through the Grade Center keeping these columns stagnant as you scroll. 

 
3. Click Submit when you are finished.   

  

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