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i would like to insert row in excel 2007 and i receiving the following attach printscreen error

Posted on 2014-09-04
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please advice how to solve this error and to be able to insert new row
the sheet is not protected

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gvilbis
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Did you do what it said in reference to shift E and follow the instructions?
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by:gvilbis
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i am not sure i undestand the meaning of the instractions
i tried to delete several rows and then insert and its not work
i tried to go to the end of the spreadsheet and delete from there rows data and then insert unsuccessfully

can you please advice the meaning?

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gvilbis
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Open your sheet, Press Ctrl+End this will take you to the last row which it thinks is blank
Highlight all rows/cells from there up to where you think is blank and then press delete and then try your insert again.
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