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The 7 Best Ways to Insert a Row in Excel

There are many ways to insert a row in Excel. Here are seven of the best ways to do it:

  1. Insert a row above the current row: Select the row above which you want to insert the new row. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  2. Insert a row below the current row: Select the row below which you want to insert the new row. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  3. Insert multiple rows above or below the current row: Select the number of rows you want to insert, starting with the row above or below which you want to insert the new rows. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  4. Insert a row at the beginning of the worksheet: Select the first row in the worksheet. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  5. Insert a row at the end of the worksheet: Select the last row in the worksheet. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  6. Insert multiple rows at the beginning or end of the worksheet: Select the number of rows you want to insert, starting with the first or last row in the worksheet. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."
  7. Insert a row between two other rows: Select the row above which you want to insert the new row. Right-click on the row number and select "Insert."

These are just a few of the ways you can insert a row in Excel. Experiment with different methods to see which one works best for you.

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