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Getting Rid of Fixed Objects in Excel

There are a few ways to get rid of fixed objects in Excel. One way is to use the Find and Replace tool. Go to the Home tab, click on Find & Select in the Editing group, and then click on Replace. In the Find what: box, type in the text or numbers that you want to replace. In the Replace with: box, type in the text or numbers that you want to replace it with. You can also click on the Options button to specify more options for your search. If you want to replace all of the occurrences of the text or numbers that you entered in the Find what: box, click on the Replace All button. Another way is to delete the cells that contain the fixed objects. To do this, select the cells that you want to delete, go to the Home tab, click on Delete in the Cells group, and then click on Delete Cells. You can also right-click on the selected cells and then click on Delete from the drop-down menu.

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