Also..make sure you unfreeze your cells under the VIEW command…then do the UNHIDE and then scroll to find the columns. Let’s take a look at the result when I changed the row height for rows 1:16 in the screenshot below: All the hidden rows are back now! After trying several methods for about 30 minutes. NEXT: Unhide Right Columns Share this page: Advertisement Back to top Home | About Us | Contact Us | Testimonials | Donate While using this site, you agree to have read
This helped me unhide columns by checking the column width. On another note, I want to congratulate you on the clarity of your instructions and great use of screen captures. LikeLike Reply MF says: January 7, 2016 at ^.^ You are welcome!? LikeLike Reply Amy says: January 4, 2016 at ^.^ OMG! HTH DominicB Register To Reply 05-15-2007,03:29 PM #4 khorais View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date 05-15-2007 Posts 2 Unfreeze was the answer Thank you dominicb and VBA Noob %livelink1%
and then at the end out of lazyness selected the hidden columns and double clicked .. LikeLike Reply Lindsey says: January 17, 2015 at ^.^ This did not work for me! They will work for any column you want to unhide in Excel. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More…
LikeLike Reply MF says: October 22, 2016 at ^.^ Thank you Kim for your kind words. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. By Susan Harkins | in Microsoft Office, March 15, 2009, 5:00 PM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Not everything in %livelink2% Charlene Guest I am unable to unhide rows in excel using Format-Rows-Unhide I am able to unhide each row at a time using the mouse Charlene, Oct 14, 2008 #1
NEXT: Unhide Column A Share this page: Advertisement Back to top Home | About Us | Contact Us | Testimonials | Donate While using this site, you agree to have read This is so basic. LikeLike Reply jas says: October 19, 2015 at ^.^ it worked by auto adjustments of rows and column thanks bhai LikeLike Reply Doug Holmes says: September 4, 2015 at ^.^ Thank Now, column B should no longer be hidden.
Unfreezing did the trick? LikeLike Reply Ranjan Parajuli says: October 21, 2016 at ^.^ unfreezing did the trick LikeLike Corrie says: January 14, 2016 at ^.^ Thank you!! Now you know how to unhide and show hidden columns in your Excel worksheet. Excel: featured articles Сompare 2 columns in Excel for matches and differences Compare 2 Excel files/sheets for differences COUNTIF in Excel – count if not blank, greater than, duplicate or unique We’re a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
However, it’s not possible to copy all formulas, only their results. Excel – show hidden column A Unhiding columns in Excel may seem really easy until you have several hidden columns but need to display only the left-most one. In that case turn off the auto filter, or the advanced filter by choosing either Data, Filter, Show All or Data, Filter, Auto Filter. — Thanks, Shane Devenshire “Charlene” wrote: > Right-click and select “Unhide” from the popup menu.
jayntheuk, Jul 29, 2011 #4 LukeKD Joined: May 9, 2012 Likes Received: 0 Location: Northwest_Hemisphere You’re kind of my hero right now. LikeLike Reply Fatima says: June 7, 2016 at ^.^ Thanks, unfreezing the panes also worked for me. All of them are correct!” LikeLike Reply Mrrrr says: January 14, 2016 at ^.^ For me nothing worked.
It is so obvious.
Click on one of the highlighted columns and select the Format Cells… I went back to my Excel sheet and there was Column A, not missing but just too small to be seen. Under the Format menu, select Column > Unhide. Guest, Jul 19, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Excel Misc Replies: 1 Views: 483 Dave Peterson Jul 19, 2006 Unhide column – why doesn’t click unhide column work?
I went to unhide them the usual way -highlight column-right click and unhide. Number Advanced vlookup – wildcard characters “?” and “*” Copy data from strictly-protected sheet 2D SUMIF with two variables – one on column and one on row Show number in thousand Reply michelle says: January 25, 2016 at 3:31 pm Hi! I was in the program and turned on a filter, then saved and closed until the next day…I had forgotten the filter was still on.
You’re really selecting three columns: the hidden column and both columns on either side of it. After selecting the hidden column and its adjacent columns, choose Column from the Format menu and Confidentiality aside, sometimes endless data is just a nuisance. When I go back to bring in February so I can work on that, it doesn’t show up in the filter, and I can’t unhide those rows in any of the