unhide

weh2oski

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How do I unhide these columns and rows after following the steps below

Select the first column to the right of your data. Enter Ctrl+Shift+Right to select all columns to the right. Choose Format>Column>Hide. Now select the row below your last data. Enter Ctrl+Shift+Down. Choose Format>Row>Hide. Protect the Workbook for structure
 

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Click in the square area to the left of Column A and above Row 1. Choose Format>Column>Unhide
 
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