I can't Un-Hide My Columns.

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi Experts,

I can hide columns but can't un-hide them?  What is wrong?  Workbook is attached. MC-FY11-Invoices-Average-Costs.xlsx
Question by:activematx
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    ok, if you move your cursor to the left of column F you will see a double <-||-> hold the mouse down and drag to the right, this will unhide each column
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    by:Brian Gee
    I was able to Unhide columns fine. I selected Column F and then dragged left and then right-clicked the selection and chose Unhide. Columns A-E were shown afterward.
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    by:Glenn Ray
    You can also click the "Select All Button" directly above the row numbers and to the left of the column letters, then right-click on any column letter and then select "Unhide" from the shortcut menu.

    Your file is attached with columns unhidden. MC-FY11-Invoices-Average-Costs--.xlsx

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