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Moving and Selecting Rows in Excel

There are a few ways to move and select rows in Excel. One way is to click on the row number on the left side of the screen. This will highlight the entire row. You can then click and drag the row to where you want it. Another way is to select a range of cells in a row by clicking on the first cell and then holding down the shift key while you click on the last cell. This will also highlight the entire row. You can then cut or copy this selection and paste it elsewhere.

If you want to select multiple rows that are not next to each other, you can hold down the control key (Ctrl) while you click on each row number. This will allow you to select multiple rows that are not next to each other. You can then cut or copy this selection and paste it elsewhere.

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