Okay, I've been looking at locked columns samples that I have found. They all work great if you are dealing with 100 rows or less. WHen I apply the Class "locked" to the first column of the table It locks up IE. HEre is the Style that I am using:
Code:
<STYLE>
#container {
	OVERFLOW: auto;WIDTH: 452px
}
.bothHeader {
	LEFT: expression(document.getElementById("container").scrollLeft-1); POSITION: relative;
	top: expression(document.getElementById("container").scrollTop-1); /* IE5+ only */
	z-index: 2;
}
th.locked {
	position:relative;
	cursor: default;
	top: expression(document.getElementById("container").scrollTop-1); /* IE5+ only */
	z-index: 1;
}
.lockedleft {
	position:relative;
	cursor: default;
	LEFT: expression(document.getElementById("container").scrollLeft-1); POSITION: relative;
}
</STYLE>
I am adding the class LockedLeft to the first column in an ASP Function that builds the table. Our table has a lot of rows that collapse and hide as needed.

Thanks,
Josh