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25 Excel Shortcuts for Deleting Rows (FAST)

Are you looking for ways to delete rows in Excel quickly? If so, you're in luck. This article will show you 25 different shortcuts that you can use to delete rows in Excel, faster than ever before.

1. To delete a row, simply select the row you want to delete and press the delete key on your keyboard.

2. You can also delete multiple rows at once by selecting multiple rows and then pressing the delete key on your keyboard.

3. To delete all rows in a sheet, you can select the first row, press the shift key, and then select the last row. Then, press the delete key on your keyboard.

4. To delete every other row, you can select the first row, press the shift key, and then select the last row. Then, press the delete key on your keyboard twice.

5. To delete all rows that contain a certain value, you can use the filter feature. First, select the column that contains the values you want to delete. Then, click the Data tab and click the Filter button. In the filter dialog box, select the value you want to delete and click the OK button.

6. To delete all rows that do not contain a certain value, you can use the filter feature. First, select the column that contains the values you want to keep. Then, click the Data tab and click the Filter button. In the filter dialog box, select the value you want to keep and click the OK button.

7. To delete all rows that are blank, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Blanks option and click the OK button.

8. To delete all rows that are not blank, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Non-blanks option and click the OK button.

9. To delete all rows that are duplicates, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Duplicates option and click the OK button.

10. To delete all rows that are not duplicates, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Unique option and click the OK button.

11. To delete all rows that are errors, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Errors option and click the OK button.

12. To delete all rows that are not errors, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the No Error option and click the OK button.

13. To delete all rows that are formulas, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Formulas option and click the OK button.

14. To delete all rows that are not formulas, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the OK button.

15. To delete all rows that are visible, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Visible cells only option and click the OK button.

16. To delete all rows that are not visible, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Hidden cells only option and click the OK button.

17. To delete all rows that are selected, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Selected cells option and click the OK button.

18. To delete all rows that are not selected, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Unselected cells option and click the OK button.

19. To delete all rows that are locked, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Locked cells option and click the OK button.

20. To delete all rows that are not locked, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Unlocked cells option and click the OK button.

21. To delete all rows that are in a certain range, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the cells in a certain range option and click the OK button.

22. To delete all rows that are not in a certain range, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the cells not in a certain range option and click the OK button.

23. To delete all rows that are above a certain row, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the cells above a certain row option and click the OK button.

24. To delete all rows that are below a certain row, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the cells below a certain row option and click the OK button.

25. To delete all rows that are to the left of a certain column, you can use the Go To feature. First, click the Home tab and then click the Find & Select button. In the Find & Select dialog box, click the Go To Special button. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the cells to the left of a certain column option and click the OK button.

These are just a few of the many shortcuts you can use to delete rows in Excel. With these shortcuts, you'll be able to delete rows faster than ever before. So, what are you waiting for? Start using these shortcuts today and see how much time you can save.

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