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Inserting a Column or Row
Inserting a Column or Row
As usual, there are several ways in which to do this. Here’s one:
1.
To insert a column,
rightclick anywhere on the
column heading to the
immediate right of where
you want the new column
to be inserted. In the
example in Figure 5–41,
you’d right click the E
column heading, because
you want Salary to be
installed to the left of Dept.
Figure 5–41 . After right-clicking the E heading, click
the Insert option.
2.
Click Insert, and the new column will appear, as shown in Figure 5–42.
Figure 5–42. Now you can type “Salary.”
A different method allows you to insert a column by clicking anywhere in the column to
the right of where you want the new one inserted:
3.
Click a cell in the column to the right of where you want to insert the
column.
4.
Then click the Home tab, and choose
Insert Insert Sheet Columns from the
Cells button group, as in Figure 5–
43.
Figure 5–43. An alternative way to insert a column.
Note the Insert Sheet Rows option, too.
You’ll get the same result—the new column.
 
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