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How to Use the Excel Hide Row Shortcut

If you're like most people, you probably use Microsoft Excel to help you organize and keep track of data. And if you're like most people, you probably have a lot of data that you need to keep track of! That's where the Excel hide row shortcut comes in handy.

The Excel hide row shortcut is a great way to quickly and easily hide rows of data that you don't need to see at the moment. For example, let's say you have a spreadsheet with a list of all your customers. But right now, you only want to see the customers who live in your state. You can use the Excel hide row shortcut to quickly hide all the rows that contain data for customers who live in other states.

Here's how to use the Excel hide row shortcut:

  1. First, select the rows that you want to hide. You can do this by clicking on the row number at the left side of the screen, or by clicking and dragging your mouse over the rows you want to select.
  2. Once the rows are selected, right-click on one of the row numbers and select "Hide" from the menu that appears.
  3. That's it! The selected rows will be hidden from view. To unhide the rows, simply right-click on one of the row numbers and select "Unhide" from the menu.

The Excel hide row shortcut is a great way to quickly and easily hide data that you don't need to see at the moment. Give it a try the next time you're working with a large spreadsheet!

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