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15+ Clear Filter Shortcuts in Excel (Ultimate Guide)

Are you looking for ways to clear filters in Excel quickly and easily? If so, you've come to the right place. In this ultimate guide, we'll show you 15+ clear filter shortcuts that will help you get the job done faster and more efficiently. Let's get started!

1. To clear a filter from a single column, simply click the Filter button at the top of the column and then select Clear Filter from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the selected column.

2. To clear all filters from the entire worksheet, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet and then select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from all columns in the worksheet.

3. To clear a filter from multiple columns, first select the columns that you want to clear by holding down the Shift key and clicking on the column headers. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the selected columns.

4. To clear a filter from an entire table, first select the table by clicking on the table's header row. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the table and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the table.

5. To clear a filter from a PivotTable, first select the PivotTable by clicking on any cell in the PivotTable. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotTable and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotTable.

6. To clear a filter from a PivotChart, first select the PivotChart by clicking on any data point in the PivotChart. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotChart and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotChart.

7. To clear a filter from a slicer, first select the slicer by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the slicer and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the slicer.

8. To clear a filter from a timeline, first select the timeline by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the timeline and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the timeline.

9. To clear a filter from an embedded object, first select the object by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the object and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the object.

10. To clear a filter from a cell, simply click the Filter button at the top of the column and then select Clear Filter from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the selected cell.

11. To clear all filters from a worksheet, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet and then select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from all columns in the worksheet.

12. To clear a filter from a table, first select the table by clicking on the table's header row. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the table and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the table.

13. To clear a filter from a PivotTable, first select the PivotTable by clicking on any cell in the PivotTable. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotTable and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotTable.

14. To clear a filter from a PivotChart, first select the PivotChart by clicking on any data point in the PivotChart. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotChart and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotChart.

15. To clear a filter from a slicer, first select the slicer by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the slicer and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the slicer.

16. To clear a filter from a timeline, first select the timeline by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the timeline and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the timeline.

17. To clear a filter from an embedded object, first select the object by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the object and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the object.

18. To clear a filter from a cell, simply click the Filter button at the top of the column and then select Clear Filter from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the selected cell.

19. To clear all filters from a worksheet, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet and then select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from all columns in the worksheet.

20. To clear a filter from a table, first select the table by clicking on the table's header row. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the table and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the table.

21. To clear a filter from a PivotTable, first select the PivotTable by clicking on any cell in the PivotTable. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotTable and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotTable.

22. To clear a filter from a PivotChart, first select the PivotChart by clicking on any data point in the PivotChart. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotChart and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotChart.

23. To clear a filter from a slicer, first select the slicer by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the slicer and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the slicer.

24. To clear a filter from a timeline, first select the timeline by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the timeline and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the timeline.

25. To clear a filter from an embedded object, first select the object by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the object and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the object.

26. To clear a filter from a cell, simply click the Filter button at the top of the column and then select Clear Filter from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the selected cell.

27. To clear all filters from a worksheet, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the worksheet and then select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from all columns in the worksheet.

28. To clear a filter from a table, first select the table by clicking on the table's header row. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the table and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the table.

29. To clear a filter from a PivotTable, first select the PivotTable by clicking on any cell in the PivotTable. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotTable and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotTable.

30. To clear a filter from a PivotChart, first select the PivotChart by clicking on any data point in the PivotChart. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the PivotChart and select Clear All Filters from the drop-down menu. This will remove all filters from the PivotChart.

31. To clear a filter from a slicer, first select the slicer by clicking on it. Then, click the Filter button in the upper-left corner of the slicer and select Clear All

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