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Monday, May 18, 2015

Deleting Blank Sheet Rows

Deleting Blank Sheet Rows

When you import or download data, you frequently end up with a lot of blank rows that are interspersed among the data. You could sort and then delete all the blank rows or you could filter all the non-blanks but, in addition to being time-consuming, sometimes it does not display the data the way you want.
If you select the column that you are interested in and then click on Find & Select and then select  Go To Special .. and  then select Blanks -  you will find that this is a more efficient way. Then select the dropdown arrow beside Delete on the Cell tab and select Delete Sheet Rows.  To see an example of how this works please click here.

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