Hide or Toggle Worksheet Sections without VBA in Excel

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Hide/Show Sections of an Excel worksheet with the click of a button with no VBA or macros required.

This trick makes your spreadsheet much easier to use and understand by allowing the user to hide or show parts that are not needed right now, such as a section for data input or reporting or maybe the charts section of a worksheet.

With this trick, you will be able to hide entire sections of rows and columns in different parts of the spreadsheet and reduce clutter so that you can better focus on more important things in the worksheet.


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