If you have a lot of blank rows in your Excel spreadsheet, you can delete them by right-clicking each once separately and selecting “Delete,” a very time-consuming task. However, there’s a quicker and easier way of deleting both blank rows and blank columns.
First, we’ll show you how to delete blank rows.
Highlight the area of your spreadsheet in which you want to delete the blank rows. Be sure to include the row just above the first blank row and the row just below the last blank row.
Click “Find & Select” in the “Editing” section of the “Home” tab and select “Go To Special…” on the drop-down menu.
On the “Go To Special” dialog box, select “Blanks” and click “OK.”
All the cells in the selection that are not blank are de-selected, leaving only the blank cells selected.
In the “Cells” section of the “Home” tab, click “Delete” and then select “Delete Sheet Rows” from the drop-down menu.
All the blank rows are removed and the remaining rows are now adjacent