Highlighting a row or column

GW

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Sep 19, 2002
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My question: is there a way to highlight an entire row or a column where I'm working, so I can see all entries in the row or column? It could be either raised/lowered letters, all in one color, etc. Is there a way to do that? I'm using Excel 2000 at work and Excel 98 at home.

Thanks!
 

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eciraje

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Sep 18, 2002
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Hi
You can try these
press CTRL + Space Bar for column highlight

and Press SHIFT+SpaceBar for Row Highlighted.

And if you do these steps consicutevily the whole sheet would be highlighted.

let me know how this worked..
email me at
ext-rajeev.maheshwari@nokia.com
 

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