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How to Quickly Delete a Row in Excel

Deleting a row in Excel is a very simple process that can be completed in just a few steps. In order to delete a row, first select the row that you want to delete. Then, right-click on the row and select the "Delete" option. This will delete the selected row from your Excel spreadsheet.

If you want to delete multiple rows at once, you can do so by selecting multiple rows and then right-clicking on any of the selected rows and selecting the "Delete" option. This will delete all of the selected rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

You can also delete rows by using the "Ctrl" key and the "Delete" key on your keyboard. To do this, first select the row or rows that you want to delete. Then, hold down the "Ctrl" key and press the "Delete" key. This will delete the selected row or rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

You can also delete rows by using the "Shift" key and the "Delete" key on your keyboard. To do this, first select the row or rows that you want to delete. Then, hold down the "Shift" key and press the "Delete" key. This will delete the selected row or rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

You can also delete rows by using the "Ctrl" key and the "Shift" key and the "Delete" key on your keyboard. To do this, first select the row or rows that you want to delete. Then, hold down the "Ctrl" key and the "Shift" key and press the "Delete" key. This will delete the selected row or rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

You can also delete rows by using the "Alt" key and the "Delete" key on your keyboard. To do this, first select the row or rows that you want to delete. Then, hold down the "Alt" key and press the "Delete" key. This will delete the selected row or rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

You can also delete rows by using the "Ctrl" key and the "Alt" key and the "Delete" key on your keyboard. To do this, first select the row or rows that you want to delete. Then, hold down the "Ctrl" key and the "Alt" key and press the "Delete" key. This will delete the selected row or rows from your Excel spreadsheet.

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