Selecting rows and columns is important for copying and pasting, clearing data, formatting, and more. This quick tip will show you how various ways to select multiple columns or rows at the same time.
(lively music)…- [Narrator] To make adjustments to your sheet…you can click on a single cell to select it.…But you can also click on the column header or row header…to select an entire column or row.…You can select a range of columns or rows…by placing your cursor on one header, click and hold,…then drag to select the range.…Or select several noncontinuous columns or rows…by selecting one, then holding the control key…or command key on a Mac, and clicking…the other headers you want.…
Once you have the rows or columns selected…you can right click on one of the headers…to get more options…or make a formatting change that will be applied to…all of your selected cells.…
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- Working with references
- Freezing and locking
- Automatic data population
- Recovering lost work
- Finding named ranges
- Formatting cells and applying styles
- Applying international currency formatting
- Inserting hyperlinks
- Creating dropdown lists
- Hiding columns and rows
- Password protecting a workbook
- Restricting editing
- Adding headers and footers
- Locking cells
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Excel Quick Tips
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