Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting columns and rows
Inserting columns and rows
After you create a worksheet and begin filling in your data,
you might decide to insert a row or column to add data that
you didn’t think to include when you started. For example, a
customer might want to add a product to an order. To
accommodate this new data, you can insert a blank row below the last
row in their existing order and add the new item there.
add some white space between the main body of data and a
summary calculation or a row holds the contact information of
a customer who asked to be removed from your list, you can
delete the row or column quickly and easily. Or, if you want to
change a column or row’s position, you can move a group of
columns or rows to another location in the worksheet.
There might be times when you no longer need to use a
particular row or column. Whether you placed an extra column to
Insert a row in a worksheet
1 Right-click the row header below where you want the new row to
2 Choose Insert from the shortcut menu.
Insert a column in a worksheet
1 Right-click the column header to the right of where you want the
new column to appear.
2 Choose Insert from the shortcut menu.
TIP If you want to insert more than one row or column at a
time, select the number of adjacent rows or columns equal to
the number that you want to insert and then choose the appropriate
command from the Insert menu.
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