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Select the rows or columns you want to group. In this example, we'll select columns A, B, and C. ... Select the Data tab on the Ribbon, then click the Group command. Clicking the Group command. The selected rows or columns will be grouped. In our example, columns A, B, and C are grouped together.
A shortcut way to group rows or columns is to highlight the rows/columns you wish to group and use ALT+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW to group the rows/columns, and ALT+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW to ungroup them. You can go multiple levels as well (so you could group rows 1-30, and then group rows 20-25 as a subgroup of the first).
A shortcut way to group rows or columns is to highlight the rows/columns you wish to group and use ALT+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW to group the rows/columns, and ALT+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW to ungroup them. You can go multiple levels as well (so you could group rows 1-30, and then group rows 20-25 as a subgroup of the first).
To Group by one or more columns You can select another column name from the drop-down list, if necessary. If you want to group on multiple columns, click + and then select a column name from the Group By drop-down list in the newly added row. To remove a grouping column, click against the record.
Row and Column groupings are a great way to quickly hide and unhide columns and rows. Shift+Alt+Right Arrow is the shortcut to group rows or columns. Shift+Alt+Left Arrow is the shortcut to ungroup. Again, the trick here is to select the entire rows or columns you want to group/ungroup first.
Select any cell in one of the rows you want to group. Go to the Data tab > Outline group, click the arrow under Group, and select Auto Outline.
Select the rows or columns you want to group. In this example, we'll select columns A, B, and C. ... Select the Data tab on the Ribbon, then click the Group command. Clicking the Group command. The selected rows or columns will be grouped. In our example, columns A, B, and C are grouped together.
In your Excel spreadsheet, select the cells that you want to collapse. ... With your cells selected, go to Data on the Ribbon toolbar. ... Choose Rows (to collapse vertically) or Columns (to collapse horizontally). Click OK. A collapse/expand icon will appear in the left margin for rows and in the top margin for columns.
Select the whole sheet, click Data > Ungroup > Clear Outline to display all collapse columns and rows which are grounded by the Group function. Select the data range you want to expand the data, click Data > Filter to disable the Filter function, then all cells have been displayed at once.
Select the rows or columns you wish to ungroup. On the Data tab, in the Outline group, click the Ungroup command. In the Group dialog box, select Rows or Columns and click OK .
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