How to Unhide Rows in Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, you can hide rows to protect sensitive data or to make it easier to focus on a specific portion of your data. However, you may need to unhide rows at some point.

There are two ways to unhide rows in Google Sheets:

Using the Unhide rows button

  1. Select the rows that you want to unhide.
  2. Click the Unhide rows button in the toolbar.

Using the Unhide rows menu option

  1. Right-click the rows that you want to unhide.
  2. Select Unhide rows from the menu.

Unhiding a single row

To unhide a single row, you can also click the row number in the row number column.

Unhiding multiple rows

To unhide multiple rows, you can select the rows that you want to unhide, and then use either of the methods above.

Unhiding hidden rows in a range

If you have hidden rows in a range, you can unhide all of the hidden rows in the range at once. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Select the range that contains the hidden rows.
  2. Click the Unhide rows button in the toolbar.

Conclusion

By following these steps, you can easily unhide rows in Google Sheets. This can be a helpful way to make your data more accessible.

Additional tips for unhiding rows in Google Sheets

  • You can also use the Ctrl + Shift + 9 keyboard shortcut to unhide all hidden rows.
  • If you want to unhide a specific row, you can enter the row number in the Row field in the Unhide rows dialog box.
  • If you want to unhide a range of hidden rows, you can enter the range of rows in the Row range field in the Unhide rows dialog box.

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