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15 Excel Shortcuts to Hide Worksheets (and Why They're Useful)

If you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to work smarter, not harder. That's why I'm excited to share these 15 Excel shortcuts for hiding worksheets. By using these shortcuts, you can quickly and easily hide worksheets that you don't need to see at the moment, which can declutter your workbook and make it easier to find the data you're looking for.

1. Ctrl + Shift + F11

This shortcut will hide the active worksheet. To unhide the worksheet, simply use the same shortcut again. This is a quick and easy way to hide a worksheet that you don't need to see at the moment.

2. Ctrl + Shift + O

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet. This can be useful if you have a large workbook with many worksheets and you only need to see one worksheet at a time.

3. Ctrl + Shift + P

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the first worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the first worksheet at a time.

4. Ctrl + Shift + A

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the last worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the last worksheet at a time.

5. Ctrl + Shift + H

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet and the first worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet and the first worksheet at a time.

6. Ctrl + Shift + J

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet and the last worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet and the last worksheet at a time.

7. Ctrl + Shift + K

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the first worksheet and the last worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the first worksheet and the last worksheet at a time.

8. Ctrl + Shift + M

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet, the first worksheet, and the last worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet, the first worksheet, and the last worksheet at a time.

9. Ctrl + Shift + N

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet and the next worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet and the next worksheet at a time.

10. Ctrl + Shift + B

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet and the previous worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet and the previous worksheet at a time.

11. Ctrl + Shift + D

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the first worksheet and the next worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the first worksheet and the next worksheet at a time.

12. Ctrl + Shift + E

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the first worksheet and the previous worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the first worksheet and the previous worksheet at a time.

13. Ctrl + Shift + F

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the last worksheet and the next worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the last worksheet and the next worksheet at a time.

14. Ctrl + Shift + G

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the last worksheet and the previous worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the last worksheet and the previous worksheet at a time.

15. Ctrl + Shift + H

This shortcut will hide all worksheets except the active worksheet, the next worksheet, and the previous worksheet. This can be useful if you have a workbook with multiple worksheets and you only need to see the active worksheet, the next worksheet, and the previous worksheet at a time.

These are just a few of the many shortcuts that you can use to hide worksheets in Excel. By using these shortcuts, you can quickly and easily hide the worksheets that you don't need to see at the moment, which can declutter your workbook and make it easier to find the data you're looking for.

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