Hiding Columns and Rows in Excel: A Simple How-To Guide

Hiding Columns and Rows in Excel: A Simple How-To Guide

How to Hide Columns and Rows in Excel
To hide columns in Excel, follow these steps:

Select the columns you want to hide. You can select multiple columns by clicking on the first column and then dragging your mouse over the other columns you want to select, or by holding down the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard while clicking on individual columns.
Right-click on one of the selected columns, and select the "Hide" option from the menu that appears.
The selected columns will be hidden from view. To unhide them, select the columns on either side of the hidden columns, right-click on one of the selected columns, and select the "Unhide" option from the menu that appears.
To hide rows in Excel, follow these steps:

Select the rows you want to hide. You can select multiple rows by clicking on the first row and then dragging your mouse over the other rows you want to select, or by holding down the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard while clicking on individual rows.
Right-click on one of the selected rows, and select the "Hide" option from the menu that appears.
The selected rows will be hidden from view. To unhide them, select the rows above and below the hidden rows, right-click on one of the selected rows, and select the "Unhide" option from the menu that appears.
Note: In Excel for Windows, you can also use the "Format" option on the Home tab of the ribbon to hide and unhide columns and rows.

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