Two ways to delete blank or unneeded rows in a Microsoft Excel worksheet

For something that seems like it would be a pretty common requirement, turns out there isn’t a “built-in” easy way to delete blank / unneeded rows from a Microsoft Excel worksheet.

Well here are 2 nice methods, clearly detailed out:

Method 1 – For removing empty rows

Method 2 – For removing rows that contain “blanks” and other unwanted data

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