How to delete columns in Excel that go on forever
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When you have a large worksheet with many columns, you may want to delete the columns that you do not need to make the worksheet more manageable. Also, when you are using data imported from another application, sometimes distant columns have junk values. These can affect the work that you are doing so you may want to delete all the columns to be sure that the sheet is clean. It is difficult to select all the columns in the sheet but fortunately, Excel has a shortcut that you can use.
Step 1 – Select the first column
– Select the column after which you want all the following columns to be deleted
Step 2 – Select the rest of the columns containing data
– Hold down the Ctrl+Shift keys and press the right-arrow once
– The columns up to the end of the data are selected
Step 3 – Select the rest of the columns
– Press the right-arrow again to select columns till the end of the sheet
Step 4 – Delete the columns
– Right-click and select Delete from the context menu
Step 5 – Check the result
– All the columns after and including the selected column are deleted