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Delete a Column or Row

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When you no longer need a row or column, you can remove it, therefore moving the data below it up one cell.

Delete a Column or Row

1. Select the column or row that you would like to delete. (To select a row or column, click the row or column's number or letter name.)

2. Click the Edit menu, and select "Delete" from the menu that appears.

3. The row or column will be deleted, and the data below it will move up one row or column (depending on which you deleted).

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