Excel 2001

imported_unknown

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I have a Mac and am familiar with Clarisworks spreadsheets.

I recently installed Office 2001 so I could send spreadsheets to folks who use PCs.

On Clarisworks, if I clicked Format it gave me a box where I could set the number of columns and rows I wanted to display on the spreadsheet.

I have not been able to figure how to display only cells in which I want to enter data. Any Excel folks who know the answer to this? I'm usre it is very simple, but too complex for this 82-year-old guy to figure out
 

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Joe Was

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Highlight the Column indicators of the columns you "do not want to see" and hit:

Format-Columns-Hide

then do the same for "Rows." JSW
 

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