How To Remove Data Table In Excel

Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool for managing and analyzing data, but sometimes you may find yourself needing to remove a data table. Perhaps you’ve created a table for testing purposes, or you’re working with a dataset that no longer requires a table format. Whatever your reason for needing to remove a data table in Excel, there are a few simple steps you can follow to do so quickly and efficiently.

In this article, we’ll walk you through the process of removing a data table in Excel. So let’s get started. Following is the dataset we will be using.

Method 1 – Using Clear Command

Step 1 – Select Table

  • Click anywhere in the table, press CTRL + A or simply drag the mouse over the table.

Step 2 – Go To The Home Tab

  • Go to the Home tab, under the Editing Group.
  • Click on the Clear button and select the Clear All option.

Step 3 – Table Will Be Removed

  • Table will be removed from the sheet.

Method 2 – Right Click and use Context Menu

Step 1 – Select Table

  • To remove the data table, select the range of cells that contains the data table.

Step 2 – Right Click On The Table

  • Now, right click on the selected cell range, and a context menu will appear.
  • From the context menu, go to the Delete option, and a submenu will appear.
  • From the submenu, select the Table Columns option.

Step 3 – Data Table Removed

  • The data table will be removed.