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Column A is missing in Excel

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by itsmeitsmeitsme, Feb 9, 2004.

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  1. itsmeitsmeitsme

    itsmeitsmeitsme Thread Starter

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    I have a worksheet I am looking at in Excel. Column A is not there and I doesnt show as being hidden. It shows up when you print the sheet but not when you are looking at it on the screen...Any Ideas? I tried the Edit go to A1 and then format and unhide but it does not appear.
     
  2. XL Guru

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    I'm stumped. Can you mail it to me (as long as it's <=XL2K)?

    Rgds,
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  3. kiwiguy

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    Select the whole sheet by clicking in the area at the top left between the rows and colums. Select Format - Column - Standard Width.
     
  4. itsmeitsmeitsme

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    Kiwi did that and still no column A
     
  5. itsmeitsmeitsme

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    Guru how do I attach a copy of file to send in your email.....I know how to send normally but how do I attach to your eamil through this forum?
     
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    Take (Window --) Freeze Panes off, then try.

    Rgds,
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  8. itsmeitsmeitsme

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    I got it Guru .....the panes were frozen....I had to unfreeze panes and then go to Edit..go to A1 hit ok and then go to format columns and unhide and there it is.....thanks for your time. I attempted to send you and email and no joy. Thanks again.
     
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