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Excel Columns Not Displayed

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    Excel Columns Not Displayed

    I am having trouble getting some of the columns in my worksheet to be visible. At some point the columns in question must have been narrowed to the point of becoming invisible. Now I can't get them back visible.

    Normally, I can position the cursor the the boundary of columns labels which will change the cursor into a "change columns width cursor with double vertical lines. Clicking after the appearance of this type cursor will restore the column width to standard width.

    However, now clicking on this cursor produces no noticable result.

    Any suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks.

    By the way I tried to upload the file, but was unable to. Is it impermissible to do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolio 20061
    I am having trouble getting some of the columns in my worksheet to be visible. At some point the columns in question must have been narrowed to the point of becoming invisible. Now I can't get them back visible.

    Normally, I can position the cursor the the boundary of columns labels which will change the cursor into a "change columns width cursor with double vertical lines. Clicking after the appearance of this type cursor will restore the column width to standard width.

    However, now clicking on this cursor produces no noticable result.

    Any suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks.

    By the way I tried to upload the file, but was unable to. Is it impermissible to do this?
    Hi,

    you can select multiple columns, rightmouse and UnHide, then adjust the width of 1 column, which affects all selected columns.

    hth
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    Thanks

    Your suggestion worked perfectly.

    Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolio 20061
    Your suggestion worked perfectly.

    Thanks so much.
    Good to see, and thanks for your response.
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