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unhide greyed out in excel 2010

Posted on 2010-11-28
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Hi,
      I have a hidden column in an excel 2010 spreadsheet. When I go to unhide it from the view menu, the unhide option is greyed out. see attachment... the original s/s may have been created in a previous version of excel or may have been a csv file, (if this point is relevant)

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If you highlight columns B and D, and right click one of those, you should see an Unhide option from the menu that appears there.
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Excellent!! thanks
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