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Anybody know how to insert multiple blank rows in Excel all at once? Right now I right-click->Insert but that does just one row.


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migrated from Oct 17 '12 at 13:39

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

To insert 10 rows:

Select 10 rows and press [CTRL][+]


To delete rows select them and press [CTRL][-]

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Figured it out: highlight multiple rows and then when you do right-click->Insert, it will insert as many new blank rows as you've highlighted.

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