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only want to see 4 columns because that is all I am using

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windows excel 2007

I see columns A-T
but I only want to see A-D

so columns take too much height and I have to scroll down.
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Question by:rgb192
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Hide the columns E-T.
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To achieve what strivoli suggests:

1. Highlight column E
2. Press Ctrl+Shift+Right arrow (this will highlight all columns from "E" to the last column "XFD" in my Excel 2007.
3. Right click anywhere in the spreadsheet and select "hide"

All you should see now is columns A-D as requested.
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by:rgb192
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Hiding with details is what I used.
Thanks.
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