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How to delete a row in Excel: The 8 best methods

Deleting a row in Excel is a common task that you might need to do when working with large data sets. There are a few different ways to delete a row in Excel, and the method you use will depend on your specific needs. In this article, we'll show you 8 different ways to delete a row in Excel.

1. To delete a row, right-click on the row number and select 'Delete'.

2. To delete multiple rows, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected row numbers, and select 'Delete'.

3. To delete all rows, select all rows by clicking on the '1' column header, right-click on any of the selected row numbers, and select 'Delete'.

4. To delete rows based on cell values, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected cells, and select 'Delete'.

5. To delete rows based on a filter, first apply a filter to your data. Then, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected cells, and select 'Delete'.

6. To delete rows based on a conditional format, first apply a conditional format to your data. Then, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected cells, and select 'Delete'.

7. To delete rows based on a data validation, first apply a data validation to your data. Then, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected cells, and select 'Delete'.

8. To delete rows based on a cell reference, select the rows you want to delete, right-click on any of the selected cells, and select 'Delete'.

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