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Delete a Range
Delete a
If your worksheet contains a range that you no longer
need, you can delete that range. Note that this is not
the same as deleting the data within a cell or range,
as described in the previous section, “Delete Data
from a Range.” When you delete a range, Excel
deletes not just the data within the range, but also
the range cells. Excel then shifts the remaining
worksheet data to replace the deleted range. Excel
displays a dialog box that enables you to choose
whether the data is shifted up or to the left.
Delete a Range
1 Select the range that you want
to delete.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 Click the Delete
4 Click Delete Cells .
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