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How to Delete Blank Rows in Excel

How to Delete Blank Rows in Excel

There are a few ways to delete blank rows in Excel. One way is to select the entire spreadsheet and then press the delete key on your keyboard. This will delete all of the rows in the spreadsheet, including the blank rows. Another way to delete blank rows is to select the entire spreadsheet and then go to the "Data" tab and select "Remove Duplicates." This will delete all of the rows in the spreadsheet, including the blank rows, but it will also delete any duplicate rows. A third way to delete blank rows is to select the entire spreadsheet and then go to the "Data" tab and select "Sort." This will delete all of the rows in the spreadsheet, including the blank rows, and it will sort the data in the spreadsheet alphabetically.

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