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Removing All Formatting in Excel

If you want to remove all formatting from an Excel sheet, there are a few ways to do it. One way is to select the cells that you want to remove formatting from, and then press the Ctrl + Spacebar keys. This will remove all cell formatting, including number formats, alignment, font size and color, and borders. Another way to remove all formatting from a sheet is to use the Clear All command. To do this, select the cells that you want to clear, and then click Home > Editing > Clear > Clear All. This will remove all cell contents and formatting from the selected cells.

If you want to remove only certain types of formatting, such as number formats or alignment, you can use the Clear command. To do this, select the cells that you want to clear, and then click Home > Editing > Clear > Clear Formats. This will remove all number formats and alignment from the selected cells.

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