Table Header in freezed pane when exporting SSRS report to Excel

I want table Header in freezed pane when exporting SSRS report to Excel.
Can I have the table header of tablix be present in freezed pane of excel.
Vivek Singh

Hi Vivek,
Please refer the following thread.
may be u get the answer.
How to freeze header pane in SSRS

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