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Delete Blank Cells

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Excel Delete Blank Cells

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Delete Blank Cells for Excel can delete blank rows, hidden rows, visible rows, blank columns, hidden columns, blank sheets, hidden sheets, and delete data based on user defined criteria. Complex criteria for data deletion can be specific characters, numbers, spaces, values, etc.

Key features of Delete Blank Cells for Excel include:
  • Delete blank rows within a worksheet.
  • Delete hidden rows within a worksheet.
  • Delete visible rows within a worksheet.
  • Delete blank columns within a worksheet.
  • Delete hidden columns within a worksheet.
  • Delete visible columns within a worksheet.
  • Delete blank worksheets within a workbook.
  • Delete hidden sheets within a workbook.
  • Delete all of the text before a specified character position.
  • Delete all of the text after a specified character position.
  • Delete user defined characters.
  • Delete all of the text before a user defined character.
  • Delete all of the text after a user defined character.
  • Delete cells containing a user defined character.
  • Delete cells not containing a user defined character.
  • Delete extra spaces before a specified string.
  • Delete specified characters from a worksheet.

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Price: USD 18.95
(Updated on 2011-01-24)

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