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    Hiding Rows

    Hello,
    In the attached spreadsheet I would like to create a macro that hides the rows that contain the artists (rows 3,5,8,10...). I tried creating a macro myself, but I have no idea what to do when the song title is in two rows. Thanks!
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    From an Excel perspective, everything should be in a single row, including artist, and the title should be in a single cell. That's the way Excel is designed to work. Then you could hide the artist column.

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    Thanks for the replies!

    shg: This was an imported text file and when I imported it, the Artist was below the Title. I figured out how to copy it to a column (with the help of some people here), so now I want to hide the rows that originally contained the Artist.

    VBA Noob: I tried the code you wrote and it did the opposite of what I wanted, so I switched the "True" and "False" around and now it works perfectly!!

    Thanks for the replies!

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