Excel Guides

Hiding Individual Cells in Excel

There are a few different ways to hide cells in Excel. One way is to simply select the cells you want to hide and then click the "Hide" button on the "Home" tab of the ribbon. Another way is to right-click on the selected cells and choose "Hide" from the drop-down menu that appears.

If you want to hide an entire row or column, you can click on the row or column header and then click the "Hide" button on the "Home" tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on the header and choose "Hide" from the drop-down menu.

Once cells are hidden, you will not be able to see them unless you unhide them. To unhide cells, rows, or columns, you can select them and then click the "Unhide" button on the "Home" tab of the ribbon. You can also right-click on a hidden cell, row, or column and choose "Unhide" from the drop-down menu.

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