Well, you can't delete anything unless you tell the program what you want to delete, and the way you do that is to select what is to be affected when you give the delete command. It isn't that difficult to do once you learn how to use the features of the program. There are quite a few techniques for easily selecting ranges of cells in the subtopic: Selecting cells, columns, or rows in Excel Help on: Two of the most efficient ways I know of, though, are to.
Excel for Mac 2011 will indicate the selected cell in several different ways. On which the cell sits, like Column B and Row 2 (B2), is referred to as the address of the cell. This setting applies not only for Excel, but for all installed applications on your Mac. Excel uses a colon (:) to indicate a contiguous cell range.
• Use the Name Box @ the left end of the Formula Bar; • Click the content of the Name Box • Type the range to be selected [e.g., A50:K297] • Press return [ Edit> Go To ( Control+G or F5) can be used instead of the Name Box, but it's more work:-).] • If you aren't sure of the starting & ending cell references, another option is; • Click the starting cell • Scroll to reveal the ending cell • Hold Shift while you click the ending cell Then format, delete, copy, or whatever. PS: Depending on how large the range to be deleted is it might help to Filter the list on a common criteria, then select & delete the found set of records.
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I would like to copy a small table from Word into one cell in an Excel worksheet. The first column of the table is a list of numbers. I tried converting the table into text with manual line breaks and tab stops to divide columns and rows, but that didn't solve my problem. Excel pastes the data into several rows. When I try to merge them, I get a warning that the selection contains multiple data values, and merging into one cell keeps the upper-left most data only. What I tried that didn't work: * Formatting the Excel cells as text before pasting the data. * The various options for 'Paste Special.'
The closest I got was inserting the table as a Document Object, which could be a workaround, I guess. What I am saving for when all else fails: * The obvious solution of copying row by row into one Excel cell. The data in the table is information about my dad's medications. I would like to have reference charts of how to identify the strength of each tablet by its color and markings. I got the info from the manufacturers' websites and entered it into tables in Word, which I would like to copy into a more comprehensive file I am creating in Excel.
The first column of each table is the strength of the tablet, entered as 1 mg., 2 mg., etc. The subsequent columns describe the shape, color, and markings. There are 3 tables, each with about 4-5 rows. Is there a way to copy each one - whether as a table or as text - into a single Excel cell without losing data? Also, I cannot move the Pivot Table from the new Worksheet it is created in, to my existing Worksheet. I am running Excel 2011 for Mac.
I have a Worksheet with a small amount of data, and when I click the Pivot Table button it automatically creates the Pivot Table in a new Worksheet. The Pivot Table data is fine, but I want it to display alongside the source data. I've tried using the Move Pivot Table option and choosing to Create Pivot Table in Existing Worksheet and choosing a source cell alongside my current data, but nothing appears.
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