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How to Alphabetize in Google Sheets

How to Alphabetize in Google Sheets

There are a few different ways to alphabetize in Google Sheets. The easiest way is to highlight the cells you want to alphabetize, and then use the "Sort" function under the "Data" tab. Click on "A to Z" to alphabetize the cells in ascending order, or "Z to A" to alphabetize the cells in descending order.

If you have a large list of cells and want to alphabetize them all at once, you can use the "Sort Range" function. Select the entire range of cells you want to alphabetize, and then use the "Sort" function under the "Data" tab. Click on "A to Z" to alphabetize the cells in ascending order, or "Z to A" to alphabetize the cells in descending order.

If you have a list of cells with text in them, but you want to alphabetize them by their numerical values instead of their text values, you can use the "Sort Numbers" function. Select the entire range of cells you want to alphabetize, and then use the "Sort" function under the "Data" tab. Click on "A to Z" to alphabetize the cells in ascending order, or "Z to A" to alphabetize the cells in descending order.

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