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Are you trying to find out how to unhide columns in Excel?
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- The first step is to open the Excel file you want to work with.
- Once that’s done, you’ll need to select the column or columns you want to unhide. You can do this by clicking on the column header letter at the top of the spreadsheet. Click on the column before the hidden column(s)-> press shift -> and then select the column after the hidden column(s).
- When you have the column or columns selected, you’ll need to right-click on the column header letter. From the menu that appears, click on the “Unhide” option. This will cause the column or columns to appear.
- Sometimes, you may find that the “Unhide” option is not available. In this case, you can try using the “Format” option instead. To do this, right-click on the column header letter and select the “Format” option.
- From the menu that appears, select the “Unhide” option.
Shortcuts you can use to unhide columns in Excel
- The first shortcut is to press the “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “0” keys on your keyboard. This will cause the hidden columns to appear.
- The second shortcut is to select the columns you want to unhide and press the “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “9” keys on your keyboard. This will cause the columns to appear.
If these shortcuts do not work, it may be due to the version of Windows that you’re using. Please follow the steps mentioned above this section, in that case.
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