How to add or remove strikethrough in Excel?
In general, we usually add a strikethrough to the data to show it as invalid. But do you know how to add or remove the strikethrough in Excel?
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You can add the strikethrough in the Format Cells dialog.
1. Select the cells you want to add strikethrough and click Home > Format Cells arrow. See screenshot:
2. In the Format Cells dialog, under Font tab, check Strikethrough option in the Effects section. See screenshot:
3. Click OK to close dialog. Now all selected cells are added strikethrough.
If you want to remove strikethrough, select the cells with strikethrough, go to the Format Cells dialog and uncheck the Strikethrough option.
Tip: You also can right click to select Format Cells to open the Format Cells dialog.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 27 days agoAfter I select certain rows and i go to format cells and select the Strike through option, the rows following those that I selected are automatically creating a strike through as I enter numbers. How can I utilize the strike through option without having to go and un-check the strike through box each time?