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Sort excel rows in ascending


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Just select the column and use the sort A-Z option:
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Andy,
Its rows which need sorting.
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On the Home tab in Excel there's a button called Sort & Filter under the Editing group. Choose the information you want to sort by, click this and choose 'Sort A to Z'. It should ask you to expand the selection if there's other data in the row.
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and there are numbers in it.
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numbers or letters it will sort them accordingly
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