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    How to add a column in excel

    Open Microsoft Excel on your PC or Mac computer. Select the column to the right of where you want a new column. ... Right-click anywhere in the column. Click "Insert" from the menu. You will now have an empty column of cells directly before the one you clicked on.
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    How to unhide columns in excel

    Open Microsoft Excel on your PC or Mac computer. Highlight the column on either side of the column you wish to unhide in your document. ... Right-click anywhere within a selected column. Click "Unhide" from the menu. ... You can also manually click or drag to expand a hidden column.
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    How to make a histogram in excel

    Select the entire dataset. Click the Insert tab. In the Charts group, click on the 'Insert Static Chart' option. In the HIstogram group, click on the Histogram chart icon.
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    How to move a group of cells in excel

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    How to remove extra spaces in excel

    How to remove extra spaces in a cell in Microsoft Excel Open the Microsoft Excel workbook containing the data you need to edit. Select the cells that contain extra spaces. On the keyboard, press Ctrl + H to bring up the Find and Replace tool. Click in the Find what text field, and press the...
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    How to remove time from date in excel

    Change the Format to Hide the Time from Timestamp Select the cell in which you have the time stamp from which you want to remove the time. Hold the Control key and then press the 1 key. ... In the Format Cells dialog box, select the Number tab. In the left pane, click on the Date option.
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    How to remove formatting in excel

    Remove All Cell Formatting from the Entire worksheet Open the worksheet from which you want to remove the formatting. Click on the top left corner of the worksheet (one with a gray triangle icon). ... Click the Home tab. In the Editing group, click on the Clear option drop-down.
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    How to remove leading spaces in excel

    Whenever you want to remove blank spaces in your Excel sheets, perform these 4 quick steps: Select the cells (range, entire column or row) where you want to delete extra spaces. Click the Trim Spaces button on the Ablebits Data tab. Choose one or several options: Remove leading and trailing...
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    How to remove comma in excel

    Select the dataset (the one with the numbers) Click the Home tab in the ribbon In the number group, click on the dialogue box launcher (the small slanted arrow icon at the bottom-right part of the group) In the Format Cells dialogue box, make sure the Number tab is selected In the Category list...
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    How to remove dotted lines in excel

    Click on the File tab. Click on Options. In the Excel Options dialog box that opens, click on the Advanced option in the left pane. Scroll down to the section – “Display options for this worksheet” Uncheck the option – “Show page breaks”
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    How to remove leading zeros in excel

    How to Remove Leading Zeros from Numbers Select the numbers from which you want to remove the leading zeros. You will notice that there is a yellow icon at the top right part of the selection. Click on the yellow error checking icon. Click on 'Convert to Number'
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    How to remove blank cells in excel

    How to remove blank cells in Excel Select the range where you want to remove blanks. ... Press F5 and click Special… . ... In the Go To Special dialog box, select Blanks and click OK. ... Right-click any of the selected blanks, and choose Delete… from the context menu: Depending on the layout...
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    How to remove dashes in excel

    Below are the steps to use find and replace to remove dashes in Excel: Select the dataset from which you want to remove the dashes. Hold the Control key and then press the H key. ... In the 'Find what' field, type the dash symbol (-) Leave the 'Replace with' field empty. Click on Replace All.
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    How to remove formulas in excel

    Remove Formulas in Excel (and Keep the Data) Select the cells in column C that have the formula. Right-click on any of the selected cells and click on Copy (or use Control + C) Again click on any cell in the selection and right-click. Click on the Paste Special option. ... In the 'Paste...
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    Removing Dollar Sign by Using the VALUE Function

    If you are not sure about how the dollar sign was added, there’s a fool-proof way to extract just the value of the cells. This is by using the VALUE() function. In a new column, type =VALUE() and within the brackets, put a reference to the first cell from which you want the dollar sign removed...
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    Removing Dollar Sign by using Find and Replace

    If you find the cells having a consistent pattern, for example, if there’s a dollar sign followed by space (or some other character) followed by the actual number, you can use the Find and Replace feature. Here’s how this method works: Select the cells containing the dollar signs that you want...
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    Removing Dollar Sign by Using the Format Cells Dialog Box

    Select the cells containing the dollar signs that you want to remove Right-click on your selection and click “Format Cells” from the popup menu. This will open the Format Cells dialog box. Select the “Number” tab. Under the Category list, select the ‘Currency’ option. Click on the dropdown list...
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    How to remove table in excel

    Select the entire Excel table. Click the Home tab. Click on Clear (in Editing group) Click on Clear All.
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    Disable Excel Auto Hyperlinking Settings

    The reason for auto hyperlinking in excel is because the default settings for auto hyperlinking is enabled. We can disable it to avoid auto hyperlinking when we input more url or email text. Click File —> Options menu item. Click Proofing menu item at popup dialog left side. Then click...
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    Remove Existing Hyperlinks

    Select one or multiple excel cells which contains hyperlink text. Right click the excel cell selection area. Then click the Remove Hyperlink menu item to remove the hyperlink in the excel cell.
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