Deleting Blank Rows

azizrasul

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I have deleted some populated rows at the end of a worksheet. How do I delete the blank rows at the end of the worksheet so that when I press Ctrl + End it goes to the last populated row rather than the original last row prior to deleting the records?
 

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azizrasul

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  3. 2016
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  1. Windows
Thanks. So simple.
 
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