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Hiding and Unhiding a Column or Row
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Hiding and Unhiding a Column or Row
Not all the data on a worksheet should be available to everyone. You can hide sensitive
information without deleting it by hiding selected columns or rows. For example, if you
want to share a worksheet with others, but it includes confidential employee salaries, you
can simply hide the salary column. Hiding columns and rows does not affect calculations
in a worksheet; all data in hidden columns and rows is still referenced by formulas as ne-
cessary. Hidden columns and rows do not appear in a printout either. When you need the
data, you can unhide the sensitive information.
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