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How do you insert a row or column into Excel?


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make right mouse click on the rigt side of a row or top of acolumn and select Insert.

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Right click where you want to insert and an Insert option appears.


The intersection of a column and row in excel called "cell"


To insert a column in Excel you click on the letter of the column to the right of where you would like a new column inserted. When you do that you have highlighted the entire column. Once that is done you simply right click and a menu will pop up. Choose 'insert column' and then you are done. To insert a row you follow the exact same instructions except you click on the number of the row that is below the area in which you need a new row.


I suppose a "column row" would be called a cell, the intersection of a column and a row.


Column letters are at the top; Row numbers are to the right. The column letters and row numbers were defined by the programmers who wrote Excel.


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row = horizontal cells column = vertical cells


You can insert column H in the table by selecting the Resize Table button You can insert a total row from which you can access common Excel functions You can remove row 3 from the table by clearing the Header Row checkbox


right click on the mouse. Select insert. click row.


Click on either the column number or the row number to highlight the column/row and then press 'Delete' from the menu options (location will vary depending on version of Excel).


Column IV is not the last column in Excel 2007, as it was in Excel 2003. In Excel 2003 the last column is IV which is column 256. In Excel 2007 the last column is XFD, which is column 16384.


Select the column, where you want the new one to be. There is an insert menu at the top of your screen on old versions of Excel. When you click on it it brings down a few options. The third option is column. You can right click on a column header and choose the Insert Column option. On newer versions of Excel, on the Home tab, in the cells group, you can choose Insert.


Highlight the tab of column C and hit the insert column tool.


Right-click the column header (letter at the top of the column) and choose "Insert". Or, right-click any cell and choose "Insert", then "Column".


A row would go across and a column would be going down. Example would best be found in a spreadsheet software application (I.E. EXCEL). You would insert a row and move other cells down or insert a column to move other cells to the side.


Any cell is in one row and one column, not in one or the other. An Excel spreadsheet is a grid. A cell is identified by the column letter and row number. Cell C4 would be in column C and row 4 for example.


Each intersection of a row and column is a cell. So it will depend on which version of Excel you have There are 16,777,216 cells in Excel 2003 and earlier. There are 17,179,869,184 cells in Excel 2007 and after.




XFD1 is the cell reference at the end of the first row in Excel. Column XFD is the 16384th column.


In excel, right click on the column heading (top of the column) to the right of where you want to insert a new column, this brings up a mini drop down menu, click 'insert column'


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to get column number, we can use =COLUMN(Reference) to get Row number, we can use =ROW(Reference) For example =COLUMN(A1) will return 1 and =ROW(A3) will return 3


It is in the third column, which is Column C. It is also in the seventh row.


right-click | insert | entire row



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