Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting Multiple Columns or Rows
To insert rows, the procedures are nearly identical:
5.
Here, the first method
requires you to right-click
anywhere in the row
directly beneath where you
want the new one to
appear. Thus, if you want
to insert a new row
between rows 10 and 11,
you right-click row 11, as
in Figure 5–44.
6.
Then just click Insert.
Figure 5–44. Just click Insert, and the new row will
appear above the current row.
To apply the second method to rows, do the following:
1.
Click anywhere in the row directly beneath where you want the row to
appear.
2.
Click the Home tab, and click Insert Insert Sheet Rows from the Cells
button group.
Inserting Multiple Columns or Rows
If you need to insert several columns or rows at the same time, you first need to select
as many column or row headings as correspond to the number you want to insert. Thus,
if you want to insert three columns, select the three column headings to the right of
where you want the new ones to appear by simply dragging your mouse across the
headings (not the worksheet cells), as in Figure 5–45.
 
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