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Creating non-scrolling headers with XML?

I have Excel files that I have posted to the Web in HTML. I would like to be able to freeze the top row as you can in Excel, so as you scroll down, you can still view the headings along with the data. I can't figure out a way to do this in HTML but have been told that you can use XML to do this. I wanted to make sure this was true before spending a lot of time researching how to use this language, if in fact it won't work for this take. Thanks for your help!
You need to use a version of HTML that supports table headers. Also, anybody viewing the HTML must be using a browser that supports non-scrolling table headers. It is not a feature that XML would provide.
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