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15 Excel Shortcuts for Hiding Cells, Rows, and Columns

If you're working with a large spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel, you may want to hide some cells, rows, or columns to make it easier to read and work with the data. Hiding data can also be useful if you want to protect certain cells from being edited or deleted. Luckily, there are a few different ways to quickly hide cells, rows, or columns in Excel.

To hide cells, rows, or columns, first select the data you want to hide. Then, you can use one of the following keyboard shortcuts:

  • Ctrl + Shift + 8 - Hide cells
  • Ctrl + Shift + 9 - Hide rows
  • Ctrl + Shift + 0 - Hide columns

If you want to unhide cells, rows, or columns that have been hidden, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts:

  • Ctrl + Shift + 8 - Unhide cells
  • Ctrl + Shift + 9 - Unhide rows
  • Ctrl + Shift + 0 - Unhide columns

You can also use the Format menu to hide cells, rows, or columns. To do this, select the data you want to hide, then click the Format menu and select Hide. You can also use the Format menu to unhide cells, rows, or columns. To do this, select the data you want to unhide, then click the Format menu and select Unhide.

If you want to quickly hide all empty cells in a spreadsheet, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Blanks option and click OK. All empty cells in the spreadsheet will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that contain a certain value, you can use the Filter feature. To do this, click the Data tab, then click the Filter button. In the Filter dialog box, select the value you want to hide and click OK. All cells that contain the selected value will be hidden. To unhide the cells, click the Filter button again and deselect the value.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that contain a certain type of data, you can use the Data Types feature. To do this, click the Data tab, then click the Data Types button. In the Data Types dialog box, select the data type you want to hide and click OK. All cells that contain the selected data type will be hidden. To unhide the cells, click the Data Types button again and deselect the data type.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are duplicates of other cells, you can use the Remove Duplicates feature. To do this, click the Data tab, then click the Remove Duplicates button. In the Remove Duplicates dialog box, select the column or columns that you want to check for duplicates and click OK. All cells that are duplicates of other cells will be hidden. To unhide the cells, click the Remove Duplicates button again and deselect the column or columns.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are blank, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Blanks option and click OK. All blank cells in the spreadsheet will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are errors, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Errors option and click OK. All cells that contain errors will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are formulas, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Formulas option and click OK. All cells that contain formulas will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are visible, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Visible Cells Only option and click OK. All visible cells in the spreadsheet will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are not visible, you can use the Go To feature. To do this, click the Home tab, then click the Find & Select button and select Go To. In the Go To dialog box, click the Special button, then select the Visible Cells Only option and click OK. All visible cells in the spreadsheet will be selected. To hide the selected cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8. To unhide the cells, press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are selected, you can use the Hide command. To do this, select the cells you want to hide, then click the Home tab and click the Hide button. The selected cells will be hidden. To unhide the cells, click the Unhide button.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are not selected, you can use the Invert Selection command. To do this, select the cells you want to hide, then click the Home tab and click the Invert Selection button. The selected cells will be hidden. To unhide the cells, click the Invert Selection button again.

If you want to quickly hide all cells that are in a certain range, you can use the Hide command. To do this, select the cells you want to hide, then click the Home tab and click the Hide button. The selected cells will be hidden. To unhide the cells,

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