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15 Excel Shortcuts for Deleting Rows (Faster & Easier)

Are you looking for ways to delete rows in Excel faster and easier? If so, then you'll want to check out these 15 Excel shortcuts!

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 worksheet, you can select all rows by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard, and then press the Delete key.

4. To delete all rows in a worksheet except for the header row, you can select all rows by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard, and then press the Delete key while holding down the Shift key.

5. To delete every other row in a worksheet, you can select all rows by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard, and then press the Delete key while holding down the Alt key.

6. To delete all empty rows in a worksheet, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Blanks option and click OK. All empty cells in the worksheet will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

7. To delete all rows that contain a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click OK. All cells that contain a value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

8. To delete all rows that do not contain a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Logical NOT button. Then click OK. All cells that do not contain a value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

9. To delete all rows that are greater than a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Greater Than button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that are greater than the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

10. To delete all rows that are less than a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Less Than button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that are less than the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

11. To delete all rows that are equal to a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Equal To button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that are equal to the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

12. To delete all rows that are not equal to a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Logical NOT button. Then click the Equal To button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Finally, click OK. All cells that are not equal to the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

13. To delete all rows that are greater than or equal to a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Greater Than or Equal To button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that are greater than or equal to the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

14. To delete all rows that are less than or equal to a specific value, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Less Than or Equal To button. In the Value box, type the value you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that are less than or equal to the criterion value will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

15. To delete all rows that contain a specific text string, you can use the Go To Special feature. First, select all cells in the worksheet by pressing the Ctrl+A keys on your keyboard. Then, go to the Home tab and click the Find & Select button. From the drop-down menu, choose Go To Special. In the Go To Special dialog box, select the Constants option and click the Text option. In the Find What box, type the text string you want to use as a criterion. Then click OK. All cells that contain the criterion text string will be selected. Finally, press the Delete key on your keyboard.

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