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How to Remove Blank Rows in Excel

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You should know

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  • To remove a single line using keyboard shortcuts, highlight the line CTRL + ―――― With the keyboard.

This article describes three ways to remove blank rows in Excel worksheets in Microsoft Excel 2019, Excel 2016, and Office 365.This includes manual removal, the use of keyboard shortcuts, and[検索と検索]Includes the use of options.

Two ways to delete individual rows in Microsoft Excel

If you’re working on a small and simple spreadsheet, there are some easy ways to remove one or more rows without much problem. The easiest of these methods is to select the line number and then highlight the line. CTRL + ―――― Keyboard shortcut for deleting lines. Even if you have a small number of rows to delete, or even blank rows in some cases, you can delete them quickly and easily.

Do I need to delete two or three rows in the same field in a spreadsheet? no problem. Highlight the first line, then CTRL Press a key on your keyboard to select another line. When all the lines you want to delete are highlighted, CTRL + ―――― Deletes all lines selected on the keyboard.

Another easy way to delete a single row in Microsoft Excel is to right click on the row number and then To delete In the pop-up menu that appears. This will delete only the selected rows.

Remove blank rows in Excel using search and select

If you are using a larger spreadsheet in Excel, deleting one or more rows at a time can be tedious and time consuming. Fortunately, there is an easy way to remove all empty rows at once.

In the worksheet where you want to delete a row House Click the tab to select Search and select from Placement group.

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This will select all blank rows in the spreadsheet.

Be careful when selecting empty rows using this method. If the lines are partially filled, they will be selected and deleted when you complete the steps in this instruction set. If you don’t want to remove partially filled lines CTRL + click The above row selection method.

With the row selected House In the tab, To delete from cell group.

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If you accidentally delete a row that needs to be restored before you do anything else in the worksheet, CTRL + Z However, this will return all the rows you just deleted, so you will have to delete the other rows again.

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How to Remove Blank Rows in Excel

Keep your spreadsheets clean and manageable

What to Know
To delete one row, right-click the row number and select Delete from the context menu that appears.
Delete rows on the home tab: Find & Select > Go to Special > Blanks > OK to highlight the blank rows, then Delete > Delete Sheet Rows.
To delete a single row using keyboard shortcuts, highlight the row and press Ctrl + – on your keyboard.

This article explains three methods for deleting blank rows in an Excel spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2019, Excel 2016, and Office 365, including deleting manually, using a keyboard shortcut, and using the Find & Select option.

Two Ways to Delete Individual Rows in Microsoft Excel

If you’re working with a small, uncomplicated spreadsheet, there are a couple of easy ways to delete a single row or even a few rows without too much trouble. The easiest of those ways is to highlight the row by selecting the row number and then use the Ctrl + – keyboard shortcut to delete the row. This is fast and easy if you have only a small number or even the occasional wayward blank row to delete.

Need to delete two or three rows in the same area on a spreadsheet? No problem. Highlight the first row, then hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and select the other rows. When all the rows you want to delete are highlighted, press Ctrl + – on the keyboard to delete all the selected rows.

Another easy way to delete a single row in Microsoft Excel is to right-click the row number and then select Delete from the context menu that appears. This deletes only the row selected.

How to Delete Empty Rows in Excel With Find & Select

If you’re working with a larger worksheet in Excel, deleting rows individually, or even a few at a time, can be a pain, not to mention time-consuming. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to delete all your blank rows at one time.

In the worksheet where you want to delete rows, go to the Home tab and select Find & Select from the Editing group.

In the menu that appears, select Go to Special.

The Go to Special dialog box appears. Click the radio button next to Blanks and then click OK.

This will select all the blank rows in your spreadsheet.

Be careful when using this method to select blank rows. If you have rows that are only partially complete, those rows will be selected and deleted when you complete the steps in this instruction set. If you don’t want to delete partially complete rows, you may need to use the Ctrl + click method of selecting rows mentioned above.

With the rows selected, on the Home tab, select Delete from the Cells group.

From the Delete menu, select Delete Sheet Rows.

Alternatively, once the blank rows are selected, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + –. This opens a Delete dialog box, in which you should select the radio button next to Entire row and click OK.

If you inadvertently delete rows that you need to bring back before you do anything else on the worksheet, press Ctrl + Z on your keyboard to undo the delete action. This will bring back all the rows you just deleted, however, so you’ll need to re-delete the other rows.

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