Inserting multiple rows or columns into a Microsoft Excel worksheet

You may want to add some extra rows into a spreadsheet.

Click on the row number beneath where you want to insert the rows.

Drag down with the mouse to select the same number of rows as you want inserting into your sheet.

Right-click, then click Insert. The number of rows selected will be inserted into your worksheet above the first row selected.

Clicking on the Insert Options button to the left of the range and select how you want the data you type into the cells to be formatted.

A similar process can be applied if you want to insert multiple columns.

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