how to delete blank rows in excel

Deleting Blank Rows in Excel

To delete blank rows in Excel, you can use the following steps:

  1. Select the Entire Data Range: Click on the row number on the left side to select the entire row.

  2. Go to the "Home" Tab: Click on the "Home" tab in the Excel ribbon.

  3. Find and Select "Go To": In the "Editing" group, click on "Find & Select," and then choose "Go To Special."

  4. Choose "Blanks": In the "Go To Special" dialog box, select "Blanks" and click "OK." This will select all the blank cells in the selected range.

  5. Delete the Selected Rows: Right-click on any of the selected row numbers and choose "Delete" from the context menu. Then, select "Entire row" and click "OK."

  6. Verify the Deletion: Verify that the blank rows have been deleted.

This process will remove all the blank rows from your Excel worksheet.

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