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To remove multiple pictures from your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, you don’t have to select each picture individually and remove it. Excel has an option to remove all images from your worksheets at once, and we’ll show you how to use it.

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Remove Multiple Pictures at Once in Excel

In Excel, you can use the Go To Special feature to select all objects (including pictures) in your worksheet. Then you press Delete to remove all your images at once.

Keep in mind that this removes other objects as well from your spreadsheets, which includes any charts you may have added.

To start removing your pictures, first, open your spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel. At the bottom of your spreadsheet, click the worksheet in which you want to delete all pictures.

Select a worksheet in Excel.

In Excel’s ribbon at the top, click the “Home” tab.

Click the "Home" tab in Excel.

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In the “Home” tab, from the “Editing” section, select “Find & Select.”

Select "Find & Select" in the "Home" tab.

In the “Find & Select” menu, click “Go To Special.”

Choose "Go To Special" from the "Find & Select" menu.

A “Go To Special” window will open. Here, enable the “Objects” option and click “OK.”

Enable "Objects" and click "OK" on the "Go To Special" window.

Excel will select all objects (including pictures) in your current worksheet. To remove these selected items, press Delete on your keyboard.

Press Delete on the keyboard.

And that’s it. All pictures (and objects) are now removed from your worksheet.

All pictures removed from an Excel worksheet.

Like this, you can also remove all images at once in Microsoft Word.

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