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How to Insert a Row in Excel: A Step-by-Step Guide

Inserting a row in Excel is a common task that many users need to perform frequently. There are a few different ways to insert a row in Excel, and the method you use will depend on your specific needs. In this article, we'll show you how to insert a row in Excel using a few different methods.

The first method we'll show you is how to insert a row above the current row. To do this, simply select the row above where you want to insert the new row and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. This will insert a new row above the selected row.

If you want to insert a row below the current row, you can select the row below where you want to insert the new row and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. This will insert a new row below the selected row.

If you want to insert multiple rows at once, you can select the number of rows you want to insert and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. This will insert the specified number of rows above the selected row.

The second method we'll show you is how to insert a row using the right-click menu. To do this, simply right-click on the row where you want to insert the new row and then click Insert. This will insert a new row above the row you right-clicked on.

If you want to insert multiple rows using the right-click menu, you can select the number of rows you want to insert by holding down the Shift key and then clicking the rows you want to insert. Once you've selected the rows you want to insert, right-click on any of the selected rows and then click Insert. This will insert the specified number of rows above the row you right-clicked on.

The third method we'll show you is how to insert a row using the keyboard shortcut. To do this, simply select the row where you want to insert the new row and then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This will insert a new row above the selected row.

If you want to insert multiple rows using the keyboard shortcut, you can select the number of rows you want to insert by holding down the Shift key and then clicking the rows you want to insert. Once you've selected the rows you want to insert, press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This will insert the specified number of rows above the row you selected.

The fourth and final method we'll show you is how to insert a row using the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. To do this, simply select the row where you want to insert the new row and then click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. This will insert a new row above the selected row.

If you want to insert multiple rows using the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon, you can select the number of rows you want to insert by holding down the Shift key and then clicking the rows you want to insert. Once you've selected the rows you want to insert, click the Insert Row button on the Home tab of the ribbon. This will insert the specified number of rows above the row you selected.

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