How to display or hide Row & Column Headers in Excel?
By default, we can locate cells through worksheets with column heading at the top and row heading at the left. Sometimes, you may want to hide these headings. This article will talk about some tips for displaying or hiding headings in Microsoft Excel.
Display or hide Row & Column headings in active worksheet
If you want to display or hide the Row headings and Column headings in the active worksheet, you can do as follows:
Go to the Show group on the View tab, and uncheck the Headings option to hide the Row & Column headings, while check the Headings option to display the headings. See screenshot:
In our example, we uncheck the Headings option on the View tab, and both row heading and column heading are hidden. See screenshot:
Note: You can also click File (Office Button) > Options > Advanced, and then check or uncheck the Show row and column headers option to display/hide the both row heading and column heading. See screenshot:
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Display or hide Row & Column headings in active worksheet or all worksheets
The above method can only display/hide the Row & Column headings in one worksheet at a time. But sometimes, you need to display/hide the Row & Column headings in all worksheets. Display/hide the headings in each worksheet one by one? No, that's too tedious! Here I will introduce Kutools for Excel's View Options utility to batch display/hide the Row & Column headings in all worksheets together.
2. In the opening View Options dialog box, please uncheck the Rows & column headers option to hide the headings, and then click the Apply to all sheets button and Ok button successively. See screenshot:
Notes: (1) For displaying the Row & column headings, please check the Rows & column headers option; (2) For only displaying/hiding the Row & column heading in active worksheet, please do not click the Apply to All sheets button.
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2 Open Microsoft Excel 2010 from the Start menu.
3 Click cell D9.
4 Click the part of the workbook designed specifically for entering formulas.
5 Bold the selected cell.
6 Open the area where you can access the Save command.
7 Select row 1.
8 Change the font color of the selected cells to the Red, Accent 2 color (from the theme colors).
9 Apply conditional formatting to the selected cells so each cell appears with a flag icon representing the value of the cell. Do not use the Rules Manager.
10 Show the numbers at the left of each row and the letters at the top of each column.
One sheet had lost the Column-header-letters (in one of our PCs), and even after trying all this header-letters where missing, it turned out that it was (somehow) hidden, all I did is selected first few rows and (right-click) clicked unhide and voila. hope this helps others.
Hey Frank. Hold Control + G to bring up the "Go To" window. Type "A1" in the Reference box and hit OK. You won't see the active cell, but it's there. Then on the Home ribbon, select Cells > Format, scroll down to Visibility, then select Unhide columns (or rows if the row is hidden too). That should make the column/row available for viewing.
WHEN SORTING IN AN EXCEL shreadsheet I use the a to z or the z to a, which worked perfect. now for some reason the column marked "A" will not sort ive since found out that the sequence of letters one is missing .. for example I highlight "C" to sort they all sort except "A" when I look the sequence across the top goes...a.c.d.e.f.g.h.i. etc no "b" how do I change so they all run in sequence??