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LikeLike Reply MF says: July 7, 2015 at ^.^ I assume they are back now! Double click on the space between the rows in the numbers column, (on the left side) your mouse pointer icon will change from a pointing right symbol to an expansion symbol. Unfortunately I had hidden a lot of rows and the thought of having to do each one individually was unpleasant, but I came up with another solution: I saved the file Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... http://techese.net/in-excel/unhide-rows-excel-not-working.html

I thought so too before I received a strange worksheet sent by a colleague. (I believe he had no idea what he did.) In the screenshot below, rows 2:15 are hidden. Excel 2007. I will follow you, oh Master… LikeLike Reply MF says: September 21, 2016 at ^.^ Glad it helps! Filter could be a case for that. https://wmfexcel.com/2014/04/01/when-unhide-row-doesnt-work/

Can't Unhide Columns In Excel

All Rights Reserved. Here’s the findings: For row height <=0.07, row are basically hidden where we can “unhide” the row as normal For row height from 0.08 to 0.67, row looks like hidden (We Any other ideas? I was able to resize the row using Peo's suggestion, as I was able to just drag the row down to reveal it.

I tried the following VBA code, not work either: ` Sub test() Dim rng As Range For i = 1 To 15 Set rng = Rows(i) rng.Locked = False rng.RowHeight = Thank you both!!! Glad it helps ! How To Unhide Rows In Excel 2010 within the Excel Questions forums, part of the Question Forums category; Hi, Peoples.

The workbook and ... share|improve this answer answered Jun 24 '11 at 14:17 Jason add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Highlight the rows you want unhidden. Try Format|Row|Height instead of Unhide. The hidden rows will show themselves.

Home / Editing / Sort & Filter / Clear. How To Unhide Rows In Excel 2013 How can I get them back? I tried the followings, neither worked, even in full-screen mode Step 1: F5 (Ctrl+G) to define & select 1:15, set row height to 20 and "unhide row", they are still hiding; have you checked if there are any addins/vba-macros active - linke Wokrsheet_change?

Excel Unhide Rows Doesn't Work

Thanks > > > Guest, Jan 8, 2005 #3 Norman Jones Guest Hi J, I would guess that the row's height has been set to a very low size. http://www.technipages.com/excel-unhide-rows-or-columns Thanks for sharing! Can't Unhide Columns In Excel Success! Excel Hidden Rows Won't Unhide Are you selecting the rows on either side of the hidden rows? -- Regards; Rob ------------------------------------------------------------------------ "JBurke" <> wrote in message news:... > A new problem in Excel - when I

LikeLike Reply Mrrrr says: January 16, 2016 at ^.^ 1) nope 2) nope *cough LikeLike David Hill says: April 9, 2016 at ^.^ Unfreezing panes is what finally worked for me. check my blog What Russian letter is this? I was getting very frustrated - your laziness has saved my sanity! Frozen panes are very subtle. Excel Rows Not Showing But Not Hidden

BTW...It's Excel 2003 SP1. "RWN" wrote: > Does the "UnHide" show up on the menu (or is it greyed out - protected sheet). > > Are you selecting the rows on Glad it helps!🙂 LikeLike Reply Pingback: Unhiding Rows Comments, suggestions, corrections are welcome. What a simple little trick. this content Here's how to unhide rows or columns.

Yeaahh! Rows Won't Unhide In Excel 2013 Glad it helps. LikeLike Reply MF says: January 7, 2016 at ^.^ You are welcome!😀 LikeLike Reply Amy says: January 4, 2016 at ^.^ OMG!

share|improve this answer answered Sep 21 '12 at 20:40 statueuphemism 1313 add a comment| Did you find this question interesting?

Norman Jones wrote: > > Hi J, > > Another thought, how did you hide the row? > > --- > Regards, > Norman > > "Norman Jones" <> wrote in Not knowing that it was still there. The pane was frozen. Unhiding Rows In Excel If the above doesn't help you to unhide rows, there may be a chance that the hidden rows was a result from advanced filter.  You may read this post for more

share|improve this answer answered Sep 20 at 12:27 user3658961 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up Privacy & Cookies: This site uses cookies from WordPress.com and selected partners. Not sure what made the rows do that, but I'm glad they're back in view! have a peek at these guys Thank you.

Once I took the filters off, BAM, my hidden rows reappeared. do you have filters set? Such a simple fix.