Not an easier quesion to answer

If I have contiguous rows selected in Excel...lets say 1-4.  Is there a way I deselect one row?
BigWill5112Asked:
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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
Hod down CTRL and click the row you want to deselect
Neal58Commented:
I think deselcting using ctrl will only deselect the first cell.

the easier thing to do would be to hold control and select the ones you do want
Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:

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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
hmm seems I was wrong
sysreq2000Commented:
Hold control and click on the row number in the left margin.
Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
@sysreq2000 we've already established that doesn't work
Neal58Commented:
@ jacko - I can only test this in 2010, but holding control just allows you to select a cell in the selection without losing the rest of the selection
BigWill5112Author Commented:
I thought was this would be easy.
Neal58Commented:
in ged325's comment he gives a link which has some VB script which should work. haven't tested it though . .!

such simple things can be very complicated!
Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
Yes sorry must be faulty memory your best bet is some vba as linked in ged325's comment.
sysreq2000Commented:
Ha! lol OK that's it I'm going for coffee.  8-)
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