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The Unfilter Excel Shortcut You Need to Know

If you're like most people, you probably use Microsoft Excel to filter data on a regular basis. And if you're like most people, you probably find the process of filtering data to be a bit tedious and time-consuming. Well, there's good news! There's a shortcut that can make filtering data in Excel a breeze, and it's called the Unfilter command. Here's what you need to know about this handy shortcut.

The Unfilter command is located in the Sort & Filter group on the Data tab of the Excel ribbon. To use the Unfilter command, simply select the data you want to filter, click the Unfilter button, and voila! Your data is now filtered.

The Unfilter command is a great way to quickly filter data in Excel. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind when using this command. First, the Unfilter command will only work if your data is already filtered. If your data is not filtered, the Unfilter command will not do anything. Second, the Unfilter command will only remove filters from the selected data. If you want to remove filters from the entire worksheet, you'll need to use the Clear Filters command. Finally, the Unfilter command is not undoable, so be sure to use it with caution.

Despite its few limitations, the Unfilter command is a great shortcut to know if you frequently filter data in Excel. Give it a try the next time you need to filter data in Excel and see how much time you can save!

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