In your large Google Sheets spreadsheets, it’s difficult to find the rows and columns that are hidden. Luckily, you can use a built-in Sheets feature to unhide all your hidden rows and columns at once. We’ll show you how to use this option.
This option basically makes you select all your rows or columns, and then you choose the unhide option to unhide all your rows or columns in your selection.
To display all hidden rows in your spreadsheet, first, open your spreadsheet on Google Sheets.
In your spreadsheet, select all your rows containing data. To do this, beside the first row, click the number “1.” Then, scroll down until your dataset ends. Press and hold down the Shift key on your keyboard, and beside the last row, click the row number.
While all your rows are selected, right-click the number for any row and choose “Unhide Rows” from the menu.
Google Sheets will immediately unhide all the hidden rows in your selection.
And you’re all set.
Select all columns that have your data. To do this, first, click the letter for your first column (which, in most cases, is “A”).
Scroll to the right and find the last column containing your data. Hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and click the letter for this last column.
You now have all your columns selected.
To unhide the hidden columns in your selection, right-click the letter for any selected column and choose “Unhide Columns” from the menu.
And instantly, Google Sheets will display all your previously-hidden columns. You’re all done.
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