Well, to get it correct, it is "delete", not "deleate".
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Well lets get the terms correct. It is deleate a row, not a line, and it
is deleate a collum
to find help.
Hi. Are you using excel 2016? If so there is
a nifty little feature that can help you get most thinks
done even if you don’t know the keystroke. I use it all
the time and it works in all office 2016 applications. To
delete a row in excel, focus on the row. Next, press altQ.
This will bring up a search field. Type delete row, then
arrow down. You should hear, delete sheet rows. Press
enter and the row should go away.
Hope this helps.
Can someone give me the key
strokes to delete an empty line in my Excel sheet?
Recently I saw that to add a line was ALT I R. Then I got
thinking, I don’t know how to do the opposite. Thanks.