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Detecting Hidden Rows in Excel

There are a few ways to detect hidden rows in Excel. One way is to look for blank cells in a row. If there is a row with all blank cells, it is likely hidden. Another way to detect hidden rows is to look for rows that are a different color than the surrounding rows. This can be done by selecting a cell in the row and then looking at the color of the row header. If the row header is a different color than the surrounding headers, the row is likely hidden.

Another way to detect hidden rows is to look for gaps in the data. If there are rows with no data in them, they are likely hidden. To find these gaps, you can sort the data by column and then look for any blank cells. Finally, you can use the Go To feature to find hidden rows. To do this, press Ctrl+G or F5 to bring up the Go To dialog box. Then, type in the row number of a hidden row and press Enter. Excel will take you to that row even if it is hidden.

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