Lost or hide rows in Excel

yellowcabguy

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Dec 28, 2005
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Must be having a senior moment

The last row of data I have is 2858 BUT the next row that shows is 65151

I can't seem to display the rows between 2858 and 65151.

What the heck did I do to mess?

How do I get the "missing" rows back into my worksheet?

Thanks
 

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cpg84

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Jul 16, 2007
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Right click the gap where they are missing and choose unhide.
 

ajm

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
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are the rows there in the actual workbook?

doh! looks like cammy beat me too the punch.
 

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